Places To Eat and Drink In Laugharne
The New Three Mariners
This pub with rooms offers real ales, stone baked pizzas with the warmth, character and atmosphere of a village pub. If you are wondering what became of The Old Three Mariners it is now a heated smoking area for the pub
An Iconic building dating back to 1752 this is the pub most associated with Dylan Thomas and it re-opened in the summer of 2012 after being closed for several years. It is now a boutique hotel but the main bar would still be instantly recognisable to Dylan Thomas
The Ferryman Delicatessen
A very welcome new addition to the Laugharne food scene – the township;s first deli. Great coffee and sandwiches to eat in or take away. And fine local beer and chocolate to take away.
The Cross House
Another one of Dylan’s watering holes and he once co-owned a pig with landlord Phil Richards. These days The Cross serves smart upmarket gastropub fare
Castle View Fish & Chips
This chippy is very very good and festival regular Keith Allen swears that the chicken curry and chips here is his favourite meal in the world
The Portreeve is a restaurant and wine bar situated by the Town Hall who do an excellent Sunday lunch and further details can be found on their website
The Owl and The Pussycat
Situated on the town square (The Grist) this caters for all your needs from breakfast to afternoon tea to an evening meal. The traditional Welsh delicacy bara brith is recommended
The Fountain Inn (aka The Keith’s Head)
A festival venue which hosts bands in the afternoons and in the evening Laugharne’s Got Talent happens (check out You Tube to see John Cooper Clarke performing Blitzkreig Bop at last year’s Laugharne’s Got Talent). A fine pint of Felinfoel is also served in the downstairs bar
A truly exceptional restaurant setting in stunning gardens overlooked by head chef and proprietor Nick Priestland. Advance booking is essential !
A licensed Italian/Mediterranean cafe in the heart of Laugharne perfect for a light bite or an evening meal
A little bit outside Laugharne on the road to Pendine this pub specialises in traditional Sunday lunches
Once you’ve paid admission to see Dylan’s old house you should treat yourself to the fine coffee, tea and cakes (the cafe itself is free to enter)
Broadway Country House
This hotel has a very good restaurant and bar and is open to non-residents and is a ten minute walk from Laugharne
There will be a range of excellent hot food stalls in the car park of Brown’s Hotel.