Not only does Laugharne have some great restaurants, it also has some great pubs and bars to choose from. Why not stop at one or all of these lively watering holes after you've completed the famous Dylan's Birthday Walk for pint or two!
Lots more pubs and bars available to visit within our digital guidebook which you will receive upon booking.
Live music, karaoke on Friday evenings, tasty bar food, wonderful traditional bar, beers from £3, jukebox, chatty locals and smoking area. History too - Dylan Thomas drank here. In 1934 he wrote, 'In half an hour the 'Three Mariners' will have undone their waistcoats. I shall drink beer with the portreeve and no crimping pussyfoot shall say me nay.' Kingsley Amis also drank here whilst writing The Old Devils in Laugharne.
A local pub serving Felinfoel Ales, a quality breakfast, a daytime menu of classic pub food, using locally sourced produce for all our dishes, for the local community and tourists that come to our township of Laugharne, as well as the home of the Laugharne Rugby Club.
As Well as a restaurant, The Portreeves in Laugharne is also a great place to go and have a drink. Ample seating indoors and out. There is also live music every Sunday during the summer months.
A newly renovated pub - March 2022, The Carpenters Arms is situated in Broadway, just on the outskirts of Laugharne (you can walk here within 15 mins from the centre of Laugharne).
Large indoor area with games room and jukebox also with outdoor seating.
The Cross House Inn in Laugharne is a very welcoming pub with excellent outdoor seating with views of the castle. Good selection of drinks with a pool table.