Rooms

Laugharne Accommodation

Due to the unique nature of Brown’s Hotel each room has a personality of its own and no two rooms are alike. We take great care to create an incomparable visitor experience and each room has its own 1950s themed retro-styled furniture and tastefully designed colour scheme, which, together with our specially commissioned wall art showing lovingly re-created scenes from the post-war period, help to create some of the finest hotel rooms in Laugharne and a real ‘Wow’ factor.

Please note that dogs are welcome to stay at Brown’s but we do keep three rooms dog-free. For more information on our Laugharne accommodation, please get in touch.

All of our rooms have:

  • Organic natural Welsh wool mattresses
  • LCD HD TV
  • Media Bar
  • Digital Radio with iPod docking station/charger
  • Unique photographic wall art
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • En-suite bathroom/shower room with a range of luxury Myddfai complimentary toiletries

Burgess

Laugharne Corporation, established in 1291, is the last surviving medieval corporation in the UK. It is made up of the Portreeve and a jury of 20 burgesses, who are ‘freemen’…

Corran

Named after Laugharne’s babbling brook, the Corran (or ‘charn’ in the Welsh name for Laugharne – Talacharn), this spacious double room is rich in character with its own entrance hall,…

Fern Hill

There is a house called Fern Hill in Laugharne, but this double room is named after Dylan Thomas’ famous poem in which he recalls his childhood playing on a Carmarthenshire…

Llansteffan

What Laugharne is to the Taf, Llansteffan is to the Towy. They are both attractive estuary towns with imposing castles that guard the rivers as they enter Carmarthen Bay. This…

Llareggub

If you didn’t know already, read the name backwards… Llareggub was the name of the town in Dylan Thomas’ iconic Under Milk Wood. This double room has commanding views of…

Portreeve

Laugharne Corporation, established in 1291, is the last surviving medieval corporation in the UK. It is made up of the Portreeve and a jury of 20 burgesses, who are ‘freemen’…

St Ishmaels

St Ishmael was a Cornish saint and a disciple of St David, the patron saint of Wales. He established a church at the village of St Ishmaels which you can…

Taf

Laugharne is situated at the mouth of the river Taf. However this single room offers a cosy haven away from the wildness of the estuary. With its exposed roof beams…

Talacharn

Where the Savoy London has the Monet Suite, Brown’s Hotel’s most breath-taking room is the Talacharn (the ‘ch’ sound is pronounced in the same way as in the Scottish word…

The Barks

The Barks is the rocky outcrop at the end of The Strand below Sir John’s Hill which was featured in one of Dylan Thomas’ great ‘late’ poems. The renowned Birthday…

The Laques

The Laques is the area of Laugharne below the tall trees in the distance visible from this room’s window. No-one is really sure how The Laques got its unusual name,…

The Strand

The Strand was Laugharne’s cockling area facing the castle. Situated on the 1st floor in Clarence House overlooking King Street, this superior double room is large and airy and has…

Uplands

Dylan Thomas was born in the Uplands area of Swansea, but once he visited Laugharne and Brown’s Hotel he never wanted to live anywhere else. He’d have loved this cosy…