This picturesque Pub is situated in the heart of the village of Llanmadoc. This delightful village is on the north western tip of the Gower Peninsula (the first place to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).
The Britannia is a well preserved late17th Century Inn. The beams in the lounge of the Britannia Inn are reputed to be from shipwrecks which were “lanterned” ashore by wreckers for their valuable cargo. The pub still has its original fireplace and bread oven. In addition in parts of the pub one can still see the original gas lamps.
Good sized beer gardens surround the Britannia. To the rear you can enjoy superb views of the Loughor Estuary and for the children there is a menagerie of small animals such as rabbits, and budgies.
Our very popular restaurant is a must try. You have the option of ordering from our special set menus, specials board or the a la carte menu that runs on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday evenings.
We serve a traditional Sunday roast and we recommend that you book at least 3 days in advance as the restaurant fills very quickly.
We proudly serve locally sourced Gower Salt Marsh Lamb, Selwyn's seaweed Swansea smoked salmon and Gower gold Ale.
Come and relax in our traditional late 17th century bar with wood burner. We serve 3 real ales including the locally sourced Gower Gold and two guest ales. We serve Premium lager including Bierre Morretti and Stella along with Carling. We serve Strongbow, Thatchers, and Guinness on tap.
We also serve freshly brewed coffee with homemade biscuit's, scones and Welsh cakes.
We have a traditional bar menu (all homemade) with an extensive specials board for you to choose from.