Laugharne Cottages

Laugharne and Llansteffan, two lovely coastal towns nestled in Carmarthenshire, Wales, truly capture the heart with their charm and beauty. Laugharne is graced with a rich literary history as it was once home to Dylan Thomas. The town offers breathtaking views of the estuary that have inspired many. Wander through the ancient ruins of Laugharne Castle, trace Dylan Thomas' footsteps on his Birthday Walk, or unwind in one of the warm and welcoming local pubs. Just a short drive away lies Llansteffan, where you are greeted by beautiful beaches and a medieval castle set against picturesque countryside walks. Saunter along the sandy shores, explore timeless castle ruins, or simply savour a cup of coffee in one of its quaint cafes. The unique charm and stunning landscapes make both Laugharne and Llansteffan inviting destinations for anyone eager to experience the enchanting essence of Wales. And here's some more good news: many of our Laugharne cottages warmly welcome pets, so you don't have to leave your furry friend behind on your family getaway.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Laugharne

Laugharne, a picturesque town in Carmarthenshire is renowned for its literary connections and stunning landscapes. Here are the top five things to see and do in Laugharne:

  1. Dylan Thomas Boathouse: Visit the iconic Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where the famous Welsh poet lived and wrote many of his works. Explore the boathouse, writing shed, and enjoy panoramic views of the estuary.

  2. Laugharne Castle: Discover the history of Laugharne Castle, a medieval fortress overlooking the estuary. Explore its impressive ruins, towers, and enjoy walks along the castle's ramparts.

  3. Pendine Sands: Take a short drive to Pendine Sands, a beautiful beach known for its long stretch of golden sands. Enjoy a leisurely walk, take in the views, and perhaps visit the Pendine Museum of Speed.

  4. St. Martin's Church: Explore St. Martin's Church, a historic place of worship with connections to Dylan Thomas. The churchyard offers serene views of the estuary and the surrounding countryside.

  5. Laugharne Township: Wander through the quaint streets of Laugharne, admiring the charming cottages, local shops, and tea rooms. Be sure to soak in the artistic and literary ambience that has drawn many creatives to the town.

Bonus: The estuary itself is a haven for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts, offering the opportunity to spot various bird species. The surrounding countryside is also great for walks and hikes, with the Wales Coast Path passing through the area.

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