Lovely frosty walk along the water side. We wandered along the path and enjoyed Dylan Thomas' boat shed. Lovely place to visit, sadly the castle was closed.
One of the most beautiful hidden gems of West wales .you can walk up and into the castle and up the turrets with amazing views at the top .there is a walk around the castle too which can be muddy .and takes you down into Scots bay .beautiful place .
nice attraction in a good scenic area worth visiting whenever you are travelling through or visiting this part of west wales , of course famous for its Dylan Thomas connections
Laugharne castle is a 12 th century ruin but an impressive one also , set on a rise with flat bleak large shore land , well sighted to decimate your enemy before they can reach you . The village is also renown as Dylan Thomas lived there in the Boathouse round the corner from the castle , there is also... 更多
Visited again this summer. Only ruinings left, but nice to walk around and enjoy the stunning views across the estuary and Ferryside over the other side of the estuary. Like most castles , a steepish walk up to it.
Kidwelly is much better, ut if you've seen that one go to this one next! You can climb to a decent height, read some interesting history and see somewhere Dylan Thomas wrote a poem. One downside was no chilled products in the shop, just some warm overpriced artisan drinks.
I would thoroughly recommend Laugharne Castle, as one of CADW's gems. Its location beside the Taf estuary, its links with Dylan Thomas and the wealth of bird life on views from its walls would make it one of the best Norman castles to visit in southern Wales. There is, in truth, little in terms of interpretation at the site and... 更多