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The Corran Resort & Spa
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Population: 3000
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Carpenters Arms
"My self and my wife stayed at the Carpenters Arms in Broadway Laugharne only a couple of weeks ago and I have to say that we had a lovely time. ..." More

Carpenters Arms
"Outside of carpenters arms in desperate need of a coat of paint although inside spotless. Our room was to say the least VERY, VERY small and claustrophobic.Not at all impressed. ..." More

Cors Restaurant
"My wife and I found this place by mistake, we were planning to eat at Hurst House in Laugharne but this place is still under going a major refurb. The ..." More

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"Many a visitor has found that, whilst not treacherous, the tides at Laugharne can easily catch you out. ..." More

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Laugharne, positioned between St Clears to the east and Pendine to the west is, perhaps, most famous for The Boathouse - home of bad boyo poet and playwright Dylan Thomas author of Under Milkwood and a Child’s Christmas in Wales who called it “ this timeless, mild ,beguiling island of a town .“ Thomas set up home here with his wife Caitlin and is buried in the annexe to the 13th century churchyard, his grave marked by a simple white wooden cross. Nearly every pub in Laugharne claims to have been Thomas’ favourite and it makes a pleasant afternoon sampling the rival merits of each - though Brown‘s Hotel. seems to have most historical provenance. The Boathouse, kept as in his lifetime, is a fitting memorial to Thomas . After paying homage to him, today’s authors can find inspiration in the shadows cast by Laugharne’s ruined castle or by the river or in the cobbled lanes. Keen walkers can follow the foreshore south towards Sir John’s Hill, whilst admiring the triple estuary of the Taff , Towy & Gwendraeth rivers before returning along the farm lane . This is probably about 2.5 miles - so take refreshments along. The stretch of coast due west is packed with places to see ; The famous sands of Pendine. ( The erstwhile setting for the land speed record attempts and home to the Museum of Speed . ) You can take your own car on the beach here but watch out as the tides have caught many an unwary visitor to much local amusement. Slightly further is beautiful Amroth for beachcombing or exploring the slightly spooky tunnels carved through the cliff face that bring you out at Saundersfoot - a short walk to be rewarded by traditional ice-cream in this traditional seaside town.


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New Three Mariners (0.11 miles)

New Three Mariners
A warm welcome is waiting for any weary traveller who enters these premises. The Landlord and staff take the time to speak with you and include you in the fun and merriment that erupts at ... More | visit website
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New Three Mariners Inn (0.12 miles)

New Three Mariners Inn
A warm welcome is waiting for any weary traveller who enters these premises. The Landlord and staff take the time to speak with you and include you in the fun and merriment that erupts at ... More | visit website
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Fern Hill Orchard B&B (0.19 miles)

Fern Hill Orchard B&B

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Fern Hill Orchard is a friendly, family run B&B situated in the unique ancient township of Laugharne, whose many customs date back to the 12th century. The B&B is within ... More

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Broadway Country House Hotel (1.11 miles)

Broadway Country House Hotel
A restored Victorian country retreat on the outskirts of the historical township of Laugharne: famous for Laugharne Castle and more recently, Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas, who did much of his writing in the boat house.
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Broadway Country House (1.11 miles)

Broadway Country House
Broadway Country House is a restored Victorian mansion with a Victorian Orangery is set in 7 acres of landscaped gardens, with breathtaking view over Carmarthen Bay and the Gower Peninsula. We have 6 en-suite bedrooms ... More | visit website
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Packwood Court (1.15 miles)

Packwood Court

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PACKWOOD COURT OFFERS LUXURY BED & BREAKFAST IN WALES.Laugharne is a fascinating place to visit for a over-night stay or a short break. Packwood Court is a beautiful stone built ... More

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The Corran Resort & Spa (2.02 miles)

The Corran Resort & Spa
Hidden in the marshlands of the Carmarthenshire countryside, The Corran Resort & Spa offers a bar and an a la carte restaurant. Featuring a luxurious spa, it also boasts a swimming pool, gym, and a ... More | visit website
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Talfan Farm B&B (3.52 miles)

Talfan Farm B&B

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A Haven of Peace in the Countryside, Talfan Farm is situated in 90 acres of farmland on the edge of the village of Llanddowror near ... More

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Travelodge St Clears Carmarthen (3.61 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Three Rivers Hotel & Spa (3.96 miles)

Three Rivers Hotel & Spa

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Situated on the southern boundary of the Carmarthenshire seaside village of Ferryside, which nestles on the Three Rivers estuary of Carmarthen Bay, the hotel boasts a friendly environment and magnificent views. Overlooking ... More

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