One of the best kept secrets in Wales, this place will take your breath away. Set within 5 acres of stunning grounds, you will have the best panoramic views from the area.Immerse yourself in complete luxury, and enjoy the sumptuous rooms.They are all charming in their own unique way, contemporary in style, with a beautiful traditional touch.You will feel at home in no time here!The owners have created an atmosphere which is incredibly warm and welcoming.The Award winning restaurant overlooks the garden and estuary.And if you are a foodie, you will not be disappointed by the delicious food served here.This19th Century Mansion is perfect in many ways, and particularly loved by couples.
Looking for a place to get married? The magic of this location has all of the ingredients to make your fairytale wedding become true.
Get ready for an extraordinary culinary experience like no other. This Award winning restaurant is part of an elegant Georgian mansion, and is an idyllic venue for food and wine lovers. Freshly made with locally sourced products, every dish has a unique elegant twist to it. Designed by acclaimed chef, Paul Owen, and his very talented team, you will experience what all food journeys should taste like. Whether you want breakfast, lunch, or dinner, expect the highest of standards. The breakfast menu will tease you with pancakes, Eggs Royale, or a traditional Welsh breakfast, to name just a few. For lunch and dinner, you can choose from the à la carte menu or the Market menu. Both are excellent, and daily specials are available on most days. The extensive wine list is fabulous too. Choose one of the many wines on offer, and the knowledgeable staff will happily advise on which wine to pair your favourite dish with.
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Dylan Thomas Boathouse
Wales’ most famous English-Language poet, Dylan Thomas lived on and off in the Welsh town of Laugharne, for most of his life, and wrote much of his greatest work in The Boathouse, where he lived with Caitlin and their children from 1949 to 1953.