this beautiful building once inhabited by Dylan Thomas has now closed and is up for sale. what happens next?
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A+++ GREAT VIEW This was our first visit to here site and we loved it. its is very Peaceful and clean and staff and residents are really friendly. Lovely facilities. friendly and not that expensive. my brothers really enjoyed the entertainment and the food cant...More
Another place where Dylan Thomas lived, now a restaurant and hotel. Good meals can be had here. Or if you just want a coffee and a chat during the day it is still a great place to visit.
Stayed at Seawiew for one night stay. Top floor room was not that roomy and in need of a thorough vacuuming, carpet was badly stained, thick layer of dust over surfaces, television did not work. Furnishings had seen better days. On-suite shower room was very...More
we had a good evening (not much of a sea view) and parking difficult would advise parking in the castle car park. It was a bit quiet with not much atmosphere but the food was good. We didn't go back as we thought it was...More
Didn't like fact we were not told hotel was closed so no restaurant open when we had pre-booked for 4 people.
This was an overnight stop for us, but it felt like a break all of its own. Seaview is a rtestaurant with rooms (def in that order) in a townhouse that was once Dylan Thomas' home (he lived in the nearby Boat House rather later)....More
We visited Laugharne and went to The Seaview. We booked in for a night and a tasting menu. Up on arrival we were welcomed by Darren and Juliet. They were very pleasant and helpful. We could not fault the room. We had 9 courses with...More
We were staying in Laugharne for a wedding and arrived a day early and decided to have a meal out. I phoned ahead as my partner has coeliac disease which means she can't eat anything that contains or has been contaminated with wheat or gluten....More
Hsaving seen a menu displayed prominently in town a few weeks previously we decided to make a condidersble detour to sample lunch at the Seaview. Despite the advertising board clearly stating it was open at lunchtime- it wasn't! On phoning we were told 'Oh yes.....More
Dear Sir/Madame The food at the Seaview is certainley worth a considerable detour. We apologise about the board you are refering too it has been removed. We have been closed for lunches for the whole of the summer due to a sister business being open...More