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|Gower Peninsula - Gower Villages|
Reynoldston, named after an early 12th Century Norman Lord - Reginald de Braose - is Gower's most central village. Dominated by the grand sweeping landscape of Cefn Bryn, the village itself has existed since as early as the 6th Century AD and was a popular place of residence given its rich source of springs and wells that provided year round fresh drinking water.
Of particular note in the village are St. George's Church, the ancient public house of the king Arthur Hotel and Stouthall.
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