Laugharne, Carmarthen


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
With stunning views towards Laugharne Castle, the Estuary and even the Gower, Keepers Cottage enjoys a unique position, within approximately 1.25 acres of well-kept grounds. With six bedrooms, two receptions rooms and four bathrooms, this property could be tailored to a variety of uses, from multi-generational living to a substantial family home, and is currently utilized as an established B&B. The conservatory and breakfast room takes full advantage of the views across the garden and beyond with sliding doors opening up the rooms making it a relaxing space to sit and admire the views.

This beautifully presented dormer bungalow is set over two floors, the accommodation comprising: Hallway, WC, Three Double Bedrooms, Ensuite, Breakfast Room, Lounge, Conservatory, Hallway, Bathroom, Study, Lobby, WC, Kitchen and Double Garage on the ground floor, with Two Double Bedrooms and Two Ensuites with built-in storage cupboards and benefiting from oil central heating on the first floor.

The grounds have been well maintained with an array of mature shrubs, trees and laid to lawn, the slighty sloping land stretches to the back of the property with gated access and the potential for livestock. Externally, there is a graveled driveway to the side of the property providing parking for several cars and the benefit of an adjoining double garage.

The property is approximately 0.7 miles to the town centre with access to local amenities, shop, pubs and restaurants. The Boathouse situated just a short walk from the town centre via the castle and estuary was once home to the writer Dylan Thomas, here you are able to fully appreciate the surroundings and why this pretty town inspired his writing.

Laugharne situated on the estuary of the River Taf, most famous for being the home of Dylan Thomas from 1949 until his death in 1953 and is thought to have been the inspiration for fictional town Llareggub in Under Milk Wood. The town boasts independent stores and pubs full of charm as well as beautiful walks and views. Centrally the town boasts a castle which so far has been dated back to the 13th Century but may yet prove older. The town boasts a bilingual primary school and is within 13 miles of the County Town Of Carmarthen and approximately 4 miles from St Clears and the A40. Laugharne really needs to be seen to appreciate the beauty and tranquility of this pictureque village.


7.00 x 1.69 approx (22'11 x 5'6 approx)


1.36 x 1.56 (4'5 x 5'1 )

Breakfast Room

5.69 x 4.56 (18'8 x 14'11 )


4.02 x 4.06 approx (13'2 x 13'3 approx)


2.07 x 2.22 (6'9 x 7'3 )


6.40 x 3.91 (20'11 x 12'9 )


3.50 x 6.22 (11'5 x 20'4 )


5.08 x 1.41 (16'7 x 4'7 )


2.64 x 2.70 approx (8'7 x 8'10 approx)


1.02 x 1.24 (3'4 x 4'0 )


4.97 x 2.71 (16'3 x 8'10 )


5.68 x 5.32 (18'7 x 17'5 )


2.55 x 2.24 (8'4 x 7'4 )


2.88 x 3.69 (9'5 x 12'1 )


4.32 x 3.93 (14'2 x 12'10 )


3.69 x 4.04 (12'1 x 13'3 )


2.95 x 0.88 approx (9'8 x 2'10 approx)


3.59 x 2.79 (11'9 x 9'1 )


1.84 x 2.00 (6'0 x 6'6 )


5.60 x 3.92 (18'4 x 12'10 )


1.69 x 2.65 (5'6 x 8'8 )


Please note that there is important information relating to the property that we need to discuss with you prior to your viewing this property. Please ask our staff for further details.

View: By appointment with the Agents

Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances

Tenure: We are advised Freehold

Tax: Band F

Please note that there is important information relating to the property that we need to discuss with you prior to your viewing this property. Please ask our staff for further details.

DM/KAH/11/18/OK/KAH- Please request an approved copy from our office before booking a viewing.

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