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Ty-Ni Holiday cottage in Laugharne.

Laugharne Holiday Cottage.

Holiday cottage in Laugharne.

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Dylan Thomas, Laugharne.

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Ty-Ni is a Luxury Detached Stone-Built Cottage in the centre of Laugharne, which has been furnished and equipped to a high standard. The Accommodation comprises of open plan living and dining on the ground floor and a double bedroom on the first floor with a shower room. There is also an off road parking space and a courtyard garden with picnic bench. Ty-Ni is ideally suited to sleep 2.( but can sleep an extra 2 people on a double soafa bed ). There is also a travel cot available. The cottage is in a small development of converted farm buildings set within a conservation area in South Wales.These are now are a group of quality welsh-cottages.This Welsh-cottage is situated in the idyllic location of Laugharne on the Carmarthen Bay Estuary. It is a good base for visiting both Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, in South West Wales. If you want to stayinwales for your holiday this holiday cottage in Laugharne is ideal for a laugharne and surrounding area holiday, like many other coastal cottages. The village of Laugharne is close to St Clears and Carmarthern and on the edge of Pembrokeshire is the ideal place to stay with easy access from the A40 and M4.Laugharne was the former home of the poet Dylan Thomas and It hosts the poets Boat House where he lived with his wife Caitlin and children, Colm, Aeronwy and Llewelyn. Also his Writing Shed, where he wrote some of his works including Under Milkwood. Laugharne also has a selection of Restaurants and Pubs including Fine Dining at The Cors Restaurant,The New Seaview Restaurant, The New Three Mariners, Browns Hotel a drinking place of Dylan Thomas (closed at present). Also in the town are the Portreeve Restaurant, The Cross House public house on the Grist, Thr Castle View Fish & Chips, The Owl and the Pussycat Restaurant and Tearooms, The Fountain Inn (Rugby Club). Also there are the many amenities including Village Stores with Chemist and Post Office, SPAR Shop and Victoria Bakery00. There is the Silver Shop and the Glass Works. There are many places of interest including the 12th Century Laugharne Castle, the grave of Dylan Thomas in the Churchyard and The Museum of Speed at near by Pendine. Pendine hosts a 7 mile stretch of white sandy beach. There are breathtaking views, scenic walks in and around Laugharne and other sandy beaches just a short drive away.From the cottage you can visit the beach or go out boating, view birds on the Taff estuary,visit the gardens of Aberglasseny, the "Welsh National Botanic Gardens" and Colby Woodland gardens or walk in the valleys. Not far from Laugharne is the quaint market town of Narberth. Llanstefan, Pendine Sands, Amroth, Wisemans Bridge and Saundersfoot are only a few miles away, and across the Taff Estuary is the Pembry motor racing circuit and Kidwelly. 20 mins away is Tenby which has the north beach and the south beach and Tenby harbour. Tenby was a very popular holiday destination in victorian times and has now come back into popularity. You can take a boat from Tenby to Caldey Island where there is a Monestary. Also in Pembrokeshire you can walk the pembrokeshire coastal path where there are 186 miles of coastal walks for walkers of all abilities. Stackpole Head, Manorbeer and Bosherton with its Lakes and Lilly Ponds are all good for walking. You can visit ST Davids which is the smallest city in the UK and there is a fantastic cathedral. There are many islands off the beautiful unspoilt coastlines. Castles and castle ruins are plentiful in Wales, with much history attached. Swansea is also only 35 miles away where Dylan Thomas also lived and you can follow the Dylan Thomas trail. Being only 80 miles away from Cardiff, Laugharne is the ideal weekend retreat, for a short break or a romantic getaway. The Brecon Beacons National Park is also within easy reach. It is a region stepped with beauty and history and lots of activities. The cottage is aimed to make your stay in wales a memorable one. Wales cottages are ideal for that wales holiday or short break. So for that perfect holiday come to Ty-Ni. April 2004 saw the hosting of the first bros-on-tour trip taken in Ty-Ni,Laugharne, and the subsequent return in February 2005. So Visit Wales, Cymru, The Big Country and Laugharne. Be inspired by Wales. Toruism Wales. For that Perfect Break visit Ty-Ni in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, South Wales.

So Visit Wales, Cymru, "The Big Country" and Laugharne. "Be inspired by Wales". Toruism Wales.

"For that Perfect Break visit Ty-Ni in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, South Wales."

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