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Laugharne - Things to do


Being a coastal town Laugharne has acres of beautiful scenery to behold. There's certainly hours and hours worth of hiking to be done and for those a little less adventurous we have the scenic beaches of Pendine close by for some indulgence in the sun.

Laugharne, like most rural welsh towns, has it's own historic monuments such as a fine Norman church and Laugharne castle which is set on a hill, raised up looking out to sea and surveying the whole town.

Broad Haven
Broad Haven

Dylan Thomas GraveFor those coming to Laugharne for it's historic value, visitors may wish to visit the resting place of Dylan Thomas, thefamous Welsh poet who spent much of his life in Laugharne. His grave is to be found in the churchyard marked by a simple white cross. Fans of Dylan Thomas and his work will be able to visit the' boathouse, from where the famous writer drew much of his inspiration, gazing out to sea over the spectacular estuary. Today the boathouse has been refurbished and filled with memorabilia, a book shop, tea room and viewing platform.






The ancient town of Laugharne is full of very interesting and varied architecture reflecting it's long and august history. Many ancient customs endure to this day, details of which can be found on www.laugharne.info

Bosherston lily pond

Here is a short list of some of the more popular venues:

- The Cors Restaurant
- Seaview B&B/Restaurant
- Boathouse B&B
- Portreeve Restaurant and Bar
- New Three Mariners Pub
- The Green Room Restaurant
- Owl and Pussy Cat Restaurant
- The Carpenters Gastro Pub
- Cross House Gastro Pub
- Broadway Mansion restaurant
- Castle View Takeaway/Restaurant


For a family day out, Laugharne is only a short distance from Oakwood theme park. Oakwood features rollercoasters such as 'Megafobia', one of the largest wooden rollercoasters around, and Hydro, a sheer vertical plummet with a massive splash of a finale.

Folly Farm

For younger children Folly Farm is a great day out, it boasts an adventure park and has many interesting animals that children are encouraged to interact with.

Chapel at St Govan's Point

The area has many more activites some of which include:

  • Horse Riding
  • Salmon fishing just 3 miles away at the river Taf
  • Derllys 18 hole golf course just 6miles away
  • Flat fishing on our own grounds
  • Local beautiful beaches only a short drive away including Pendine, Amroth, Wisemans Bridge, Coppet Hall, and Tenby.
  • Quad biking
  • Cart racing
  • Outdoor adventure parks including the new Go Ape! adventure park in Pembrey Country Park
  • The National Botanical Gardens at Llanarthney
  • Fos Las racecourse

As well as having all the local activities to explore the Pembrokeshire border is only 6 miles away opening up an immense amount of excitement for the family to enjoy.

Tenby Harbour

For more information on activites and things to do here are some links to help you plan your perfect stay.