Laugharne Hotels

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Packwood Court Guesthouse: We had a lovely stay here.

Packwood Court is a stylish family run Guesthouse located just a mile away from the tranquil village of Laugharne. On our arrival we were greeted by one of the owners, Lorraine who showed us our room and then made us really welcome by making us some tea/coffee accompanied by some lovely Welsh cakes. I was really overwhelmed by the hospitality we received. Lorrained was very knowledgeable about the area and once she knew we were interested in the castles of the area she found lots of literature and guide books for us to have a look at.

Our room was a luxury double on the first floor. It was lovely and spacious with a great gothic window overlooking the courtyard at the front of the building. In the room there was a comfy seating area and coffee table. The bedroom and bathroom were spotlessly clean and modern. The hospitality tray included mineral water which I think is a really nice touch.

For breakfast we had a choice of cereal, freshly prepared fruit salad, greek yoghurt and a full cooked breakfast which was delicious. I would definitely stay here again and would highly recommend it to others.

The building has been built using environmentally friendly materials and reclaimed materials, the radiators in the bedrooms have been salvaged from a school!

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Castles and Palaces, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Singles
  • Written February 15, 2010
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Packwood Court: A lovely friendly place

Packwood Court is situated about a mile away from the centre of Laugharne and so really you need a car if your going to go into lauugharne at night or get a taxi. This Lovely family run Bed and Breakfast certainly lives up to it's 4 star rating. When we arrived we were met by Loraine who was very helpful and friendly making us welcome with Tea, Coffee and welsh cakes. really making us feel at home and sharing her great knowledge of the area.

The lovely old looking stone built Guesthouse was constructed entirely by the family to a very high specification using reclaimed materials including radiators, polished oak floors and lovely gothic windows. the rooms are really lovely and comfortable with all the amenaties you could wish for.It has 5 acres of land which the owners (Tony and Loraine) are currently planting Soft fruit trees and bushes as well as apple trees so that the fruit that they put out for their excellent breakfasts will eventualy come from their own gardens.

I think that this is definatly one of the nicest most comfortable and friendly places i have stayed in and it certainly had the best breakfast that i have had in a B&B. There was a choice of fresh fruit, cereal, fresh Greek Yoghurt, Fresh fruit juices with tea and coffee followed by toast and full Cooked breakfast. it was really delicious. (See Pic)

It's a great place and i would love to stop there again.

lovely House, Great Breakfast, Very Friendly People

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Seniors, Singles, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written February 15, 2010
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Ivy Cottage: Spacious and capacious

Holiday cottage, sleeps six in three bedrooms (two double bed rooms and a twin bed room); Dining area and large kitchen, with patio doors out to a patio and garden. Sky TV (we never turned it on) , VCR and DVD player with a collection of video tapes; Comfortable, but low leather couches (easy to sit, hard to stand); lots of local tourist literature; dish and clothes washers, no tumble dryer; drying rack inside and clothes line out back

Next to the Three Mariners pub, but quite soundproof; a stone's throw from the town hall that has a bell that tolls the hours; also equipped for small children and infants -- high chair, some toys, beach wind shelter/play yard.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written August 19, 2006

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