We found the staff very pleasant and helpful on check in and were staying in the suite on top floor which was fab and spotlessly clean.Plenty of tea/coffee choice and delicious biscuits.Large,comfy bed and huge bathroom.Enjoyed a drink in the bar and a reasonable bar meal in the sister hotel,again staff very friendly.We slept well until early morning when traffic noise disturbed us as the hotel is on the road through laugharne,not the fault of the hotel but would ask for a room at the back if we returned.The plug in the big roll top bath would not seal and kept popping up so had to make do with using the shower head positioned half way up the wall so disappointed.We didn't report it till check out as we didn't really want staff coming in the room to try and repair it ,although it did look very inviting for a nice long soak.Enjoyed the breakfast next door,plenty of choice.We only stayed one night but wish we had booked an extra night to have used the bath and we really enjoyed the stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Brown's will forever be associated with Dylan Thomas. It was his favourite 'watering hole' and he gathered most of the material for his iconic play, Under Milk Wood, from the stories he heard in the bar. In 2012 the hotel underwent a complete refurbishment and offers 13 luxurious rooms with organic Welsh mattresses, en-suite bathrooms and LCD HD TVs. As well as the fully restored bar there is a reading room, conference room and a free car-park to the rear. The bar stocks drinks from the Penderyn Distillery range as well as Welsh real ale and there are tasty bar meals on offer. We have live music on Sunday afternoons and regular evening events. The Grade 2 listed 'bar with rooms', which was built in 1752, stands on Laugharne's King St, a short distance from the castle, estuary, gifts shops and cafes, the quirky Tin Shed military museum and the Dylan Thomas Boathouse - the poet's, 'sea-shaken house on a breakneck of rocks', where he lived for the last four years of his tragically short life. It is now a museum and tea room and is open all year round. Laugharne is not just for literary types - it sits on the Wales Coastal Path and there are several walks in the area from where you can view the herons and egrets down on the timeless estuary. We'll leave the last word on Laugharne to Dylan: '... a mild beguiling island of a town... there is nowhere like it anywhere at all.' ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Brown's Laugharne, Wales