Garden

Garden

Translated from Welsh The Cors means bog, which is what Nick Priestland had to work with when he created his beautiful landscaped garden set in a wooded valley bordering the Corran river. Consisting of approximately 2 and half acres, this well designed large bog garden has ponds, gunnera, bamboos and tree-ferns. It is an exceptional, elegant and artistic garden with unusual architectural and exotic planting, dotted with sculptures.


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I started from complete wilderness in 1994, not really knowing anything about gardening and plants, and thinking only of a ‘front garden’. Mature trees on the borders of the garden make it a fairly inclusive style of garden. Problems included marsh, bog and flooding. All of these I've tried to turn to advantage and the result is a garden centered on my home, arising out of this particular and unique spot, belong to its rural surroundings. Modern, yet attached to the past, naturalistic in its planting as well as exotic and stylized in parts”, Nick Priestland.


It’s time for a change in 2017….

After over 30 years in the restaurant business, 10 years of the Stable Door Winebar, and 22 years at The Cors Restaurant, Laugharne, it’s time for a change!


I want to put the emphasis on the B&B side of the business and get away from the ‘fyne dining’ and cooking-to-order restaurant side. I’m still going to be open for private parties and functions (10 people or more) and you get the whole place to yourselves.

For the B&B’s delicious comfort food is available by arrangement, it will offer a simpler more informal style of dining, think brasserie, wine bar, tapas style food.

A big thank you to all my customers who have supported me over many years, and don’t forget you have only to get together 10 people or more for private dining, parties and functions. We will also be open for special events such as the Laugharne Festival Weekend (every April), Valentine’s Day, New Years and garden functions.

Brasserie/Bistro food will be available most weekends, please check for opening times.

Thank you,
Nick Priestland