A town that meets the fishingboat-bobbing sea.

Famous for its dramatic and pictureque setting with a waterside castle and the favourite place and often home of the greatest 20th Century Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas.

The many attractions include: Dylan Thomas' Boathouse, The Tin Shed Experience, many walks around the town and estuary; estuary boat trips can be booked. Laugharne Castle is well worth a visit (see Laugharne History )

Restaurants: The Portreeve, Sea View, The Owl and the Pussycat, The Cors; and more besides.

Spar Supermarket, Castle Stores, Corran Second-hand Bookstore, Choices, Newsagent and Chemist, weekly car boot sale in the Foreshore car park, Fish and Chip Shop

Laugharne has useful services, such as:

Doctors Surgery

St Martin's Church and the grave of Dylan and Caitlin Thomas; summer songs of praise services on Sunday afternoons in the Foreshore Gardens

Post Office

Pubs - The Three Mariners has a pool table and there are plenty more to discover, if not the 15 pubs of yore in the village!

Bakery - Fresh Bread 50 yards away from the front door!

 

view of Laugharne