Phone Number: 01994 427 795

Luxury Holiday Cottage Laugharne

Longshore House is a beautiful stone cottage which dates back to the 1820s and boasts luxurious accommodations for up to eight people.

Our Laugharne Holiday Cottage is located right in the middle of the famous town believed to be the inspiration for the celebrated play, Under Milk Wood, by Dylan Thomas.

Laugharne Holiday Cottage

This property is set on four floors, with a secluded south elevation overlooking a beautiful garden and a majestic Norman castle.

This house features a wonderful array of original decor and details, including pine floors, exposed beams, and thick uneven walls.

The interior has been carefully renovated to a contemporary standard, with hand-picked furniture and decorations. It's a short walk from local amenities, including restaurants, bars and the beautiful Taf Estuary.

The Sunday Times described Holiday Cottages Laugharne as one of the most remarkable self-catering property in the United Kingdom.

Our Facilities

Our beautiful cottage consists of many facilities so that you and your family or friends can relax in a home from home experience. Our cottage is spacious, and if you have any questions, we are always happy to hear from you, so please give us a call on 01994 427 795.

We also provide complimentary services, which you can find out more about on our website. All our beds are very comfortable, and we also have other convenient facilities, including a TV and a hairdryer in every room, and WiFi.

You can have a housekeeping service, which will come at an extra charge. However, the service will be daily, so you can come back to fresh, clean sheets after a long day of exploring.

3 Double Bedrooms

Attic Room with two beds

Fully-equipped Kitchen

Dining Room

Living Room with Inglenook Fireplace

3 Bathrooms


Private Garden

Self Catering Cottage In Laugharne Carmarthenshire

Self Catering Cottage in Carmarthenshire

Booking Information

All guests will be met and greeted by our housekeeper Lennie upon arrival. She will provide a brief tour of the house and a demonstration on how to use the facilities, including the TV and cappuccino machine.

Guests can find an array of convenience within the cottage, including a handy local information guide with recommendations on bars, restaurants and places of interest.

Please note due to the age and character of Holiday Cottages Laugharne, some parts of the house have restricted headroom. There is also a fairly steep staircase which some guests may have difficulty with.

Visiting the Town of Laugharne

This beautiful town is located on the Taf estuary on Carmarthen Bay. It is best known as the home of Wales' most celebrated poet- Dylan Thomas. It is also famous for hosting a magnificent Norman castle and its annual festival of art: Laugharne weekend.

It is an amazing experience to visit Laugharne, and there is so much to explore. There are also an array of activities to do for you and all your family. If you need any more information on the location or have any questions about the local attractions, please don't hesitate to give us a call.

Luxury Cottage Holiday Wales

Laugharne is a warm and welcoming town; it is fondly referred to as the place "Dylan Thomas got off the bus and forgot to get back on it"

Dylan Thomas lived on and off the town of Laugharne for most of his life. In fact, he is known to have written some of his most excellent works in this town. He resided at the Boathouse with his wife Caitlin and their children between 1949 and 1953.

It is often thought that New Quay in Ceredigion and Laugharne were Dylan's main source of inspiration. Dylan also resided in Eros in Gosport Street before removing to Sea View. The Pelican is to be found across the road from Browns Hotel.

This tall Georgian house is where Thomas would visit his father for a chat or simply to fill in the crossword. The sight of his ailing father inspired Thomas to jot down the famous poem titled "Do not go gentle into that good night." It was also in this very building that Dylan's body was laid out when he passed away in 1953.

Visiting the Town of Laugharne

Contact Us

If you would like to find out more information, please get in contact with us today. Please call 01994 427 795 or use our contact form to forward an enquiry. We love to hear from our customers and are always happy to answer any of your queries and questions.


Holiday Cottages Laugharne
White Lodge
Stoneway Road
SA33 4SU