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On a glorious sunny day there can’t be many more beautiful spots to soak in the atmosphere that so inspired Dylan Thomas. A small but interesting exhibition with a film about Dylan Thomas’s life was very atmospheric and the Welsh accents of fishermen on the...More
The boathouse provides an interesting insight into a part of Dylan Thomas' life. The parlour has been preserved,there is an exhibition on the top floor with a running film and Dylan's voice can be heard everywhere. A tea room on the ground floor provides much...More
It’s worth a visit if you like culture and especially Dylan Thomas. However, it is closed and you can’t see very much. His desk, a few notes and his poetry, with a few personal artefacts. So a little disappointed. Still it was nice to see...More
Basically this is a modest shed perched beside a narrow lane overlooking the Laugharne estuary.
I’ve never managed to get inside it, though I believe it is open at times, but there are glazed panels so you can look in and see where the great...More
Free parking is a surprise by the castle, enjoyed the lovely walk to the Boathouse admiring the wonderful views. The staff at the Boathouse were very nice and as we had two dogs my husband was able to sit down (very steep stairs) in the...More
We have been here before. The exhibits are much improved with a video about Dylan and a detailed model of Llareggub that truly shows Under Milkwood.
The Writing Shed remains as it was when the poet died.
Leaving the Boathouse, follow the trail to the...More
We visited here in September on a free open day, which saved us £4.50 each which was a nice change.
We would have happily paid as it was so interesting.
Difficult to review as it will mean different things to different people.
There is a...More
The walk to the boathouse is lovely, with views over the river. There are quite steep steps down to the boat house, but it is worth the effort. There is lots of information about Dylan Thomas and his writing. The writing shed on the path...More