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Fern Hill is the title of one of Dylan Thomas' most famous poems and a wonderful evocation of a time gone by. This quirky room is one of our Classical Doubles and also reflects the past with its spectacular double-height ceiling, exposed stone, lime-rendered walls and overhead beams. This room offers views over our decking area to the woodland beyond.
If you didn't know already, read the name backwards! Llaregub was the name of the town in Under Milk Wood. This room is one of our Classical Doubles and has commanding views of Laugharne's regal King Street with its fine Georgian town houses. Situated on the first floor, above our sumptuous Reading Room, it features exposed stonework and original beams.
Laugharne Corporation, established in 1291, is the last surviving mediaeval corporation in the UK. It is made up of the Portreeve and a jury of 20 burgesses, who are 'freemen' of the town. Burgess is one of our spacious Baby Grand rooms and overlooks the famous Corran bookshop on King St as well as The Manse and The Pelican – a former Georgian pub where Dylan Thomas' parents lived. This lovely room has exposed beams in the bedroom and the bathroom.
Laugharne is situated at the mouth of the river Taf. However this room offers a cosy haven away from the wildness of the estuary. This Cosy Double room with its exposed roof beams is at the centre of the hotel and is perfect for hiding away after a day's walking, fishing or sight-seeing.
Taf has a compact shower room.
St Ishmael was a Cornish saint and a disciple of St David, the patron saint of Wales. He established a church at the village of St Ishmaels which you can see on a clear day across Carmarthen Bay. This atmospheric Baby Grand room has an impressive double height ceiling, but only a little natural light. There is a very good reason for this. It is situated in what was the ballroom of Browns Hotel; a space that saw parties, celebrations, dances, weddings: every kind of social gathering from the mid 18th century right up until the 1980s.
What Laugharne is to the Taf, Llansteffan is to the Towy. They are both attractive estuary towns with imposing castles that guard the rivers as they enter Carmarthen Bay. This room is one of our Classical Doubles and offers easy access to the car park and conference facilities. This room is located in part of what was once the Browns Hotel ballroom.
The Strand was Laugharne's cockling area facing the castle. Situated on the 1st floor overlooking King Street, this Grand Room is large and airy and has masses of charm with its feature fireplace, original cupboards, panelled doors and super-king size bed. One unique feature is the bay window, where you can sit and watch the world go by. Laugharne is unspoiled in many ways, and from this window you get a real sense of timelessness. The addition of a sofa bed makes this ideal for those willing to share a room or a family with older children.
The Lacques is the area of Laugharne below the tall trees in the distance visible from this room's window. No-one is really sure how The Lacques got its unusual name, but the stream that runs through the area is called Mackerel Lake where pedestrians once crossed using stepping stones. A stream called a lake? Laugharne is full of such quirks! To the rear you can see woodland and the rear of a house called Bay View, which is said to be haunted by an old sea captain! This lovely double height room has original Georgian cupboards, fireplace, exposed brickwork and visible roof beams.
Our Conference Room is light, airy and fully-appointed and opens out onto a pleasant garden area. The room can accommodate up to twelve delegates. We offer a full range of audio and visual technical facilities, and an overhead projector is available to hire. We also offer special accommodation rates for delegates.