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Perched within its 13th centuary walls, Laugharne Castle’s summerhouse offered Dylan Thomas a perfect view of the estuary to cure any writers’ block. For us it just offered a perfect peaceful space and a place for the kids to explore, wonder and use their imagination. Related articles Welsh History Month: Laugharne Castle’s barn owls (walesonline.co.uk)
Dylan lived in Laugharne in Camarthanshire where we have been staying for the last week. It is thought to be his Llareggub from his Under Milk Wood . “Outside, the sun springs down on the rough and tumbling town. It runs through the hedges of Goosegog Lane, cuffing the birds to sing. Spring whips green… Continue reading Postcard from Dylan Thomas
Very soggy bank holiday today so here are a view snaps of a stroll around Laugharne’s estuary yesterday.
Yes! We arrived at our holiday cottage this afternoon and this is the view in the background!!! How lucky are we!! Will post more later in week.