Dating back to 1752, this friendly establishment was once resided in by the iconic Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, and after his death in 1953, where his wake was held.
In 2012, the building underwent an extensive refurbishment that ran into 7 figures, and now provides stylish accommodation in the quiet village of Laugharne. It has had it's fair share of famous faces visit, including President Carter, Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Peter O'Toole, Mick Jagger, Pierce Brosnan, Cerys Matthews, Rhys Ifans, Patti Smith and Charles and Camilla Windsor.
Each of the 15 bedrooms at this hotel are uniquely decorated, stylishly furnished with exposed beams and en- suite bathrooms.
Choose from standard double rooms, large double rooms, suites and single bedrooms.
The four of the largest rooms have sofa beds and can be used to sleep an extra person for £20 per night, if needed.
Browns Hotel has a great menu serving a selection of home cooked meals, including lamb shank, homemade pies, Welsh beef burgers, filled Ciabattas, soups and desserts, and Cariad Cheesecakes.
The well- stocked bar offers Welsh real ales, single malts, wines, vodka, gin and cream liqueur, as well as hot drinks such as tea and coffee.
There is a meeting room available for hire at this hotel, and boasts sophisticated conference facilities, as well as tea and refreshments. Please contact us to discuss your prices and requirements.
Well behaved dogs are welcome to join their owners in some of the rooms, for a charge of £10 per night. WiFi and car parking available.
Check in 2-11pm, and check out by 11am.
Please enquire directly for full availability, prices and special deals. Short breaks available.
Labelled as 'The strangest town in Wales' by renowned Poet and Writer Dylan Thomas, Laugharne certainly has quirky customs and an interesting history, with a lively nightlife, scenic estuary walks and a bustling high street with a variety of shops and cafes.
The Tin Shed Museum is a popular attraction, as is the Dylan Thomas Boathouse, and the historic Laugharne Castle.