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Dylan Thomas Boathouse

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Dylan Thomas Boathouse

592 Reviews
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Dylan's Walk, Laugharne SA33 4SD Wales
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The mythical West Wales tour
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The mythical West Wales tour
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Explore the mythology and magic of west Wales on this adventurous sightseeing tour from Cardiff. Following pickup at your hotel, spin into the Welsh countryside by private vehicle and enjoy sweeping views over the pretty scenery. Explore traditional old towns and charming villages where time stands still, discover attractions like Kidwelly Castle and the Dylan Thomas boathouse, and gain insight into local Welsh folklore.
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We came here on an unfortunately wet'n' windy day so the view was limited but we were warmly welcomed and enjoyed Bara Brith in the small cafe in the basement. The house is small but atmospheric with his effects on view plus tales of his life, you can view the actual shed
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I am a huge fan of Dylan Thomas' work and so when we had the chance to come to the boathouse I jumped on the chance. It was everything I could have wished for, the only thing I would have liked is a desk somewhere (possibly upstairs) where we as visitors could write something
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Approaching the boathouse we stopped, as many do, at the writing shed 30 metres from the boathouse. Many walked on, oblivious to the treasure of the boathouse itself. As you descend the steps, past the shirt hanging on the line (it might have been DT's left behind) into a grey,
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This was an unexpected highlight to our Christmas family break. We aren’t Thomas or poetry fans particularly but to be in the house and getting a feel for his character and work was a real pleasure. Better still, there was a poet in residence that day and she (Clare) delivered
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We arrived in Laugharne and parked on the banks of the Taf estuary - free parking. We could see the Castle on the Hill - Dylan's "Brown as Owls" Castle and walked along the path to his Writing Shed (actually a garage) filled with memorabilia and then on to the Boat House, Dylan
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