In a Victorian country house set on 7 acres overlooking Carmarthen Bay, this quaint hotel is 1.4 miles from Laugharne Castle and 3.3 miles from Pendine Sands.
The 8 traditional rooms and suites come with TVs, free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some feature sea views, bay windows, separate sitting areas and/or 4-poster beds.
There's a cosy restaurant offering modern Welsh cuisine and a Sunday carvery. Other amenities include complimentary cooked breakfast, a garden and function rooms.
Laugharne (Talacharn) is a township lying on the estuary of the River Tâf. It is best known for the work of Famous Poet Dylan Thomas. In Laugaharne you can visit Dylan’s Boathouse which is now a museum (and café), containing lots of memorabilia and much of the original furniture. Close to the main house is a cliff-top garage that became his writing shed, which is furnished with his desk and writing materials.
You can also enjoy Dylan’s Birthday Walk which was created to commemorate a poem Dylan wrote to celebrate his birthday, “Poem in October”. The walk is approximately 2 miles long and you can enjoy magnificent views of the estuary, Dylan's boathouse, and across to the Gower, north Devon, Caldey Island and Tenby on a clear day.
Another central point to Laugharne is the castle, standing tall in the centre of the town. Built in the 13th century make sure to you stroll through the castle’s Victorian gardens.