Brown's Hotel, built in 1752, is an iconic literary address, the social hub of Laugharne and the favourite watering hole of poet and writer Dylan Thomas, who famously left the bar's phone number ashis own. Brown's has 15 en-suite rooms refurbished to a superb standard ('Cool factor 9/10' - The Times), home-cooked pub grub, local ales, Penderyn Whisky (check out their new 'Dylan' Icons Of Wales Special Edition single malt), wi-fi, car-parking, meeting room, library and the 'dartboard' story.
Tucked into the Welsh hillside, standing proud over our world famous Gower and Carmarthenshire coastline, the 4 star Stradey Park Hotel in Llanelli waits to welcome you into the family. Prepare to bespoiled as we take great delight in making your stay in Llanelli the first of many. We take pride in our first class service, and have earned each one of our four stars by creating an art form out of our attention to detail.
People always tell us it's really hard to find a 'great pub' in Wales. Not any more. Long ago, in our distant past we launched the first Welsh gastro pub and we've returned to our roots to renovatethis charming Inn. In the best traditions of a Welsh coaching inn it has always been a place for travellers and visitors to rest, to replenish and recharge their batteries. It still is today.
Privately owned and operated with charm, warmth and generous hospitality, our courteous, efficient and professional staff are on hand to help make your visit as pleasant and enjoyable as possible.Located in Llanelli South Wales the Hotel is well appointed to a very high standard to ensure that our guests enjoy only the highest standards of comfort and convenience. The original property was built in 1810 and offers a rare combination of charm and character coupled with modern style and elegance.
The Cawdor, one of Carmarthenshire's landmark buildings is now one of Wales' leading boutique hotels. The Cawdor in Llandeilo is a Grade II listed Georgian building and has played 'a pivotal role' inthe historyof Llandeilo. The hotel has a friendly home-away-from-home atmosphere, housed in an interesting mix of antique and contemporary styles. The Cawdor is an irresistible venue in the heart of the countryside.
Being in the heart of Carmarthen town centre means you have some of the best attractions on the doorstep. This market town is popular with shoppers from across the UK and has been voted the third bestshopping destination in Wales. As well as many of the high street brands there is an impressive selection of independent shops, and of course the famous market. Carmarthen also boasts a wonderful Leisure Centre and a challenging golf course.