A fascinating harbour town
with its own part-restored castle, Laugharne
was both the home and the watering hole of the
great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas who drank in a
local pub and lived humbly in wooden
boathouse. He apparently immortalised the
place as ‘Llaregubb’ in his work ‘Under Milk
Thomas’s house behind the castle in Cliff Walk has been turned into his shrine. He actually wrote many of his poems in a shed in the garden. Half a mile south is St John’s Hill, which featured in one of his poems.