Holiday Cottages Laugharne

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    Detached cottage in rural location in Princes Gate near Narberth. Quality accommodation with open plan kitchen/diner & lounge with log stove, Sunny patio with BBQ, lawned areas bordering farmland and woodland. (Ref. 1035542)

    7 nights from £482

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    Detached beach front house with lots of living space and fabulous sea views. (Ref. 1035659)

    7 nights from £1141

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Located on the River Taff estuary in the shadow of a castle is the historic village of Laugharne. Explore our range of self-catering cottages that make the perfect base for you to explore, relax and enjoy this beautiful spot.  

Laugharne Cottages  

Carmarthenshire is well known for being home to late Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, in fact, Laugharne is where Dylan spent his time and gave him most of his inspiration. Visit the famous boathouse for a Welsh cake and cup of tea but remember to take a walk down to the shed on the shore that is still open today and see where Dylan Thomas would write his poetry.  

The beautiful ruins of Castle Laugharne are located right on the estuary, this location is great for photography, watching wildlife and exploring the estuary shore. Spend a few hours exploring this medieval castle before walking the estuary to look out for the heron and other birds.  

Being a coastal village, Laugharne has a great range of coastal walks for all abilities to enjoy. Find new places on foot whilst enjoying the spectacular views, followed by a well-deserved drink in the local pub. Perhaps you want to try kayaking or paddleboarding, there are plenty of beaches to choose from whilst visiting Laugharne.  

Places to visit near Laugharne 

If the history of Dylan Thomas has piqued your interest, head to Golden Grove to find out more about the Welsh history and culture. Located in the Tywi Valley, here you will find the Golden Grove mansion. Built-in the Georgian times and now grade 2 listed, this magnificent attraction is worth a visit.  

Trapp and Towy Valley are also great destinations to make your way to whilst visiting Laugharne. Steeped in history, a hub for mountain biking, abundant with outstanding walks and rich in local Welsh culture, you won't want to miss out. 

Types of Self Catering near Laugharne 

Self-catering in Laugharne is for everyone! Choose a large holiday cottage to make sure everyone can experience this slice of West Wales. Don’t forget to bring your furry friends with you too! Explore the walks and beaches, then head home to one of our dog-friendly cottages in Carmarthenshire

Other popular holiday cottages are romantic getaways and cottages with a hot tub.  

Laugharne is a great destination in Carmarthenshire, speak to our travel experts to book your perfect holiday cottage in Laugharne today.