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We have a quality selection of holiday cottages in Laugharne to suit every taste and requirement. Simply browse through our portfolio and select from a choice of traditional and modern cottages, chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments. All of our holiday cottages are decorated and furnished to the highest standard to ensure you feel relaxed and comfortable in your home away from home.
Many cottages even welcome dogs so all the family can enjoy the holiday to Wales; whilst selected properties are wheelchair accessible for those that require it, simply get in touch with the sales team to find out more. For those looking for an abode with a touch of luxury, choose from our many properties that feature a log fire or hot tub, making relaxing that extra bit easier.
Our Laugharne holiday cottages sleep groups of two or more, which means that couples, families or large parties can enjoy this picturesque part of the Carmarthenshire coastline.
The pretty seaside town of Laugharne is located in the southern part of the Carmarthenshire county with views over the River Tâf. Home to the iconic poet, writer and broadcaster Dylan Thomas’ boathouse, it is easy to see why Thomas found his sanctuary in this stunning part of Wales. Take a walk along the scenic loop from the town’s castle and alongside the river to make the most of the view and gain a chance for some true R&R surrounded by the beauty of nature.
Once you’re ready to return back to civilisation there are plenty of small and convenient shops in the town, as well as a collection of pubs and restaurants offering you an authentic Welsh atmosphere to match the menu. The colourful local characters, who inspired the radio play Under Milk Wood, also known as Llareggub (spell it backwards!) can be found in one of the local pubs who will make you feel very welcome to join them.