Ten self catering, luxury pods await your visit, and each one has been carefully situated to not only maximise your experience, but to ensure that it is a relaxing one too. Husband and wife team Sian & Rich, have put everything into this business, and they work damn hard too. They love meeting all of their guests and with the help of other family members, collectively they’ve created a mini resort. In fact, calling [email protected] just a glamping site would be doing them a disservice as several of their pods boast a luxurious hot tub and BBQ. Set in the grounds of Broadway Country House, near Laugharne, the ten glamping pods offer a great alternative to camping, and in the morning enjoy a freshly cooked breakfast inside the main house.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Here at [email protected], they have not only got a fantastic glamping site with some wonderful and relaxing accommodation, but they also have a restaurant inside the main house. Now don’t get me wrong, this isn’t fine dining, that’s not what they’re trying to be. They know their market and what they are offering you is locally sourced produce, cooked fresh, made to order and all at a reasonable price, so as not to break the bank. I’ve read a lot of reviews about all aspects of the [email protected] and one thing that keeps jumping out at me is the owner’s attention to detail and that visitors seem to arrive as guests, but leave as friends. So, even if you’re staying somewhere else, you’ll still be made to feel welcome here. It is very wise to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
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Broadway Country House
Laugharne, Carmarthenshire , SA33 4NU
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The Castle & Grist: Laugharne Castle was first established in 1116 but the towering walls date to the l5th and 16th centuries as a fortified country house. ‘The Grist'
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.