Laugharne Castle

Some of the attractions in Carmarthenshire:
 National Botanical Garden 
 Dylan's Boat House 
 Laugharne Castle 
 Teifi Valley Railway 
 Gwili Steam Railway 
 National Coracle Centre 
 National Wool Museum 
 County Museum 
 Museum of Speed 
 Industrial Museum 
 Lyric Theatre 
 Parc Howard Museum 

 Laugharne Castle - a 13th century castle dominating the Taf estuary at Laugharne.

Laugharne Castle - Norman stronghold in the Taf estuary

Laugharne Castle
Market Street
SA33 4SA

Tel: 01994 427906

Laugharne CastleLaugharne Castle was first established in the early 12th century as an earth and timber castle. A small defended town was established and settlers brought in, mainly from the West Country.

The castle as it can be seen today dates mainly from the mid to late 13th century, when it was home to the 'de Brian' family who originated from Devon. The de Brian family were granted the Lordship of 'Talachar' and dominated the town throughout the middle ages.

Laugharne Castle Garden

Laugharne Castle at High Tide

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Today, much of the stone castle survives, including two large round towers and the gatehouse. The transformation of the castle into a Mansion was the work of Sir John Perrot, who was granted Laugharne by Elizabeth I in 1584.

The castle is managed by Cadw and is open to the public from 1st April to 30th September. There is on street parking and a large car park just a short walk away below the castle.

Opening Times:
1st April to 30th September
daily 10am - 5pm

Other attractions nearby: Dylan Thomas's Boat House

For more information, including admission fees call 01994 427906. If you contact the Laugharne Castle please mention that you found this information in

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