5 Bedroom (Sleeps 9) House in Laugharne

Luxury Manor House In Beautiful Township of Laugharne, Fantastic Coastal Views

At a glance: Child Friendly, Pet Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Garden.

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Owner : Ken Hickson

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  • Property Type House
  • Location Laugharne
  • Sleeps 9
  • Bedrooms 5 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Minimum nights stay3
  • Low season price per week£880
  • High season price per week£1980
  • Average price per week£1100
  • Customer rating 5.0 / 5 ( 43 reviews )
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18 rooms, secluded garden, phenomenal views, dog-friendly, parking, pubs/restaurants 100 metres.

Dylan Thomas wrote about Laugharne “there is nowhere like it anywhere at all”. This beautiful and spacious house offers the best views in Laugharne, across the estuary and 30 miles of coastline. 5 bedrooms, 4 bath/shower rooms, 4 living rooms and a conservatory, plus downstairs cloakroom, fully-fitted kitchen, utility room and walk-in pantry. The fabulous Pendine Sands is a short drive away, with easy parking. The beauty of the area was highlighted recently in the BBC TV drama programme "Keeping Faith".

The house is superbly equipped and with some equally stunning traditional and antique furniture. The house has a large secluded garden and off-street parking, yet is central to all of Laugharne’s amenities. It is available for full week bookings, Friday to Friday, between March and October and at Christmas/New Year. Bookings of 3 or more days are available at other times. Email or text contact is recommended for initial enquiry.

In line with current virus prevention recommendations, we have introduced additional cleaning and use of disinfectant between bookings and provided hand sanitisers at front and side doors.

This unique, imposing house is accessed from Cliff Road and has off-street parking for 3/4 cars without anyone being blocked in, or up to 5/6 cars with blocking. It is within 200/300 yards of Laugharne Castle, Dylan Thomas Boathouse, and the town’s bars, restaurants and shops. The house is superbly equipped, with a well-blended combination of modern and traditional furniture, including grand piano, grandfather clock, two welsh dressers, valuable antique sideboard and many other items of special interest. The central dining area and lounge are stunning, with panoramic views over Laugharne Bay. Everything you need, including bed-linen and towels, is provided. One or two well-behaved dogs are welcome, by agreement. No smoking inside the house.

Accommodation Description

Bedrooms and Bathrooms:

There are 5 newly-decorated and furnished bedrooms - 3 double, 1 twin and 1 single, some with built-in wardrobes. Most of the other furniture is matching solid oak.Two televisions are provided and there are aerial points that enable them to be used in any of the bedrooms. Hair dryers are also provided.
Bedroom 1 is a large double, with fantastic sea/estuary views. There is a built-in wardrobe, bedside cabinets, a separate chest of drawers and further cabinet with mirror on top, Full en-suite facilities with walk-in shower, large wash-basin and WC.
Bedroom 2 is another double with built-in wardrobe, bedside cabinets and chest of drawers, also full with estuary/sea views. This bedroom is not en-suite, but is directly opposite the large family bathroom, with full-size bath (with shower attachment), large wash-basin and WC.
Bedroom 3 is another large double-bedded room with full estuary/sea views, beautifully furnished with bedside cabinets, wardrobe, drawers and mirror unit, and a traditional grandfather clock (non-operating/chiming!!); Bedroom 4 is a slightly smaller twin-bedded room, but still fully equipped with bedside cabinet and wardrobe with drawers. Bedrooms 3 and 4 share an associated luxury shower room, with large built-in shower, large wash-basin and WC.
Bedroom 5 is a large room with single bed, built-in wardrobe, and has an en-suite bathroom with wash-basin, WC and bath (with shower attachment).

Dining Area, Lounge, Study and Snug:

The front porch leads into a large central room, which encompasses the dining area, with wood flooring, fireplace, ceiling beams and a feature staircase. There is a valuable antique sideboard, magnificent 8-feet long vintage Welsh Oak dining table, seating 10 in comfort, and a Hi-Fi for music. Double-doors from the dining area lead to a large lounge, with three-piece suite, wood burning stove, Grand Piano, and TV & Blu-Ray Recorder. Further doors from the central area provide access into both a Study and a Snug/Sitting Room, with a beautiful Welsh Dresser, books and games. The Lounge provides access via French doors onto the patio and a further door into the large Conservatory, which is fitted with luxury rattan furniture. The dining area, the lounge and the conservatory all offer fantastic views over the ever-changing estuary and coastline.

Kitchen, Utility Room and Pantry:

The newly modernised fully fitted kitchen also has direct access to the conservatory, which may be used as an informal breakfast room. The Range cooker has a 7-burner gas hob, 2 electric ovens and a further grill/oven. There is a microwave, dishwasher, built-in fridge, toaster and filter coffee maker, plus a large range of quality crockery, glass-ware, cutlery, pans, casseroles, dishes, basins, other cookware, serving dishes, etc. A Sabatier knife-block and a very extensive set of utensils are also provided. In addition to cupboard space within the kitchen, there is an adjoining walk-in pantry with extensive storage space, an additional refrigerator and a freezer, plus other equipment such as trays and kitchen scales. The separate utility room has washing machine, tumble dryer, sink and associated equipment. On exit from the side-door of the house, there is a washing whirl-line close at hand.


Bed-linen and towels (but not beach towels) are provided. A weekly cleaning service is available for those staying more than one week. The house has full central heating, and all normal equipment is available, including Iron and Ironing Board, Hair Dryers, Travel Cot, High Chair, Telephone, Internet Access, Barbeque, Garden Furniture, etc.


The house is surrounded by a large secure garden, with lovely stone walls built using local stone as required by the conservation authority. The garden contains more than ten trees, including two Oak trees and a Walnut tree, and other natural habitat. To the rear of the house is a patio and lawn with phenomenal views. There is an outside table over 8 feet in length, capable of seating 8 to 10, and two additional benches for soaking up the sun and views., The drive is fairly steep, but from the parking area much of the garden is reasonably flat.


The house is reached from the main street in Laugharne, via a single-track road, which becomes Cliff Walk (part of the Welsh Coastal Path) and “No Entry” for vehicles past the point of access to the drive of the house. Coastal walks start from the front of the house, and there are nearby facilities for horse riding. Fishing is also popular, and there are golf courses in the area.

More about Ken Hickson (the Owner) and Laugharne:

I was born in London, educated at Grammar School in Slough and Birmingham University, and have spent 50 years working in the computer software industry. I started the company Symology Ltd (www.symology.co.uk) in 1983, which over 30 years of successful operation has grown to employ over 130 professional staff. In 2014, I transferred the company into employee ownership, so that it would retain its existing culture and continue to look after both its staff and customers.

I have been married for nearly 50 years, and my wife and daughter co-own Corrantaf. Although over retiring age, I am still working almost full time, and over the next few years whilst we, our daughter and grand-children only visit Laugharne occasionally, we are letting the property for periods when we do not need it ourselves.

Why Laugharne?

We first came to Laugharne nearly forty years ago and, just like Dylan Thomas and many visitors, were captivated by its beauty and unique atmosphere - old-world charm coupled with a culture of friendliness and fun. We returned again and again, before eventually buying this house in 2014. Having completely re-furbished the house, modernising the kitchen and shower rooms, re-fitting the bedrooms, but retaining the traditional splendour of the living accommodation, we are now sharing it with visitors for the first time.

What makes this manor house unique

Laugharne itself has a unique friendly atmosphere and is both natural and unspoiled. The town itself has a population of only around 1,500, but unusually has its own independent "Laugharne Corporation" (one of only two in the UK; the other being London) as a result of a Royal charter dating back to 1293, and is steeped in history. Although small, the town has some amazingly good facilities, and is so well known that it regularly attracts stars of television and screen for its festival days. It has a hotel and a restaurant, both of which have been voted in the Top 10 by a national Sunday newspaper. The famous Browns Hotel has been visited by many well-known people, as famous as President Carter, Richard Burton & ElizabethTaylor, Peter O’Toole, Charles and Camilla, Mick Jagger, and Pierce Brosnan. Charlotte Church, Neil Morrissey, Alexi Sayle and Cerys Matthews are among regular visitors to Laugharne.

Perhaps the most famous resident in recent times was the poet Dylan Thomas, who lived in Laugharne and produced "Under Milk Wood" and other work based on Laugharne and its folk. Starting from the front gate of the house, you can stroll off on "Dylan's Birthday Walk", and experience the magical surroundings that inspired one of his most famous poems.

The house itself boasts what is probably the best views in Laugharne, and has the seclusion of a large private garden, whilst only being a few hundred metres from all the facilities and places of interest offered by Laugharne. It is also less than 10 minutes drive from the beautiful, safe sands of Pendine, with its own history of holding the world land speed record (178 miles per hour in 1928) on the 7 mile long beach.


Fabulous break

By Jo Carini on 14-May-2021

What can I say? if you want to visit Laugharne, do not hesitate in booking Corrantaf. The house is absolutely beautiful and in the best location. We were a family of 5 adults and a dog and we used the front 3 double bedrooms (all facing the estuary) which was amazing to wake up to, and with so many bathrooms/shower rooms there’s no arguments over who’s next! For such a large house, it’s so warm and cosy and kept spotlessly clean. Everything required for a relaxing break is supplied (and so much more). There’s games and DVD’s and enough books to fill a library. The location is right on the front and only a few minutes walk one way for the Boathouse, and about same the other way for the Castle and centre of the Township. Many lovely inland and coastal walks also on your doorstep.
I have never stayed in such a lovely rental, nor stayed in such a friendly place. Laugharne has a great feeling of community and I enjoyed a chat with many on our walks or over the garden gate. It is also a very dog friendly area which was great for my dog on his first holiday.
A huge thank you to Ken for allowing us a short break for my birthday weekend, and also to Eira for taking such obvious pride in her care of this beautiful house.

5 of of 5

Exquisite Corantaf

By Tina Crooker on 23-Apr-2021

Where do i begin....
We found this magnificent manor house a year ago during a visit to Laugharne, we were delighted to find that it was a house that could be rented, however availability was limited, we now understand why.
We have just spent three wonderful days at Corrantaf - it was amazing . As soon as we entered the house we were chatting about when we would be able to return The house is an absolute gem, immaculately decorated, the most comfortable beds, a child's bedroom, plethora of bathrooms, with a choice of baths or showers with the most divine artifacts,everything and more provided for you. We have stayed in many houses around the world and by far this was the most beautifully decorated, Immaculately clean and superbly equipped, with everything you could possibly need and more
The views are sublime, watching the sun rise and set form nearly every room in the house. if you are looking for tranquility, a retreat or just a family break , Corrantaf is simply perfect.
We have already inquired about several return visits , Corantaf has a special place in our hearts.
Thank you Ken for sharing your exquisite house.

5 of of 5

Beautiful Place

By Cerrianne E on 23-Nov-2020

House had every thing you need and more. Spotless. View is stunning, sunrise amazing, Its in walking distance to a little village, a few pubs and shops. We had fish and chips the one night, from the village, which i would recommend. 4 miles to pendine sands lovely beach,that allows dogs. We had permission of Ken the owner to take the dogs, there is a tap outside so you can clean the dog off if needed, also if you enter through the conservatory / kitchen the floor is wood and tiles perfect. We went November 2020 Would love to go back spring or summer.

5 of of 5

Fantastic! The sun even shone.

By Christine C on 07-Sep-2020

We had a great week, in a fantastic property. Ken went above and beyond to accomodate my mum who is disabled and it made all the difference. The views are stunning and the walks around the property were gorgeous. The house is so well furnished, had absolutely everything we needed and more. We'd love to return.

5 of of 5

Fantastic property with fantastic views

By Wendy B on 25-Aug-2020

Corrantaf is a beautifully clean house in a perfect location. The view from the house/garden across the estuary is brilliant. There were 5 adults, 2 children (teenagers) and a dog that stayed in the property and it was perfect, loads of space for us all. The township of Laugharne is lovely and only a 5 minute walk from Corrantaf , there are several pubs but due to Covid 19 there were only two open, the Three mariners opened at the weekend and the fountain opened during the week. We visited portreeves restaurant a couple of nights, had a take away from poons and also sampled the fish and chip shop all were very good. There are a couple of cafes and a connivence store too. Great communication from Ken the owner and also the housekeeper. This property is one of the best we have stayed in and would love to re-visit sometime.

5 of of 5


By James B on 10-Aug-2020

This house was a great escape from months of lockdown in London. We enjoyed the ability to stretch in the space and take in the far reaching views. There is lots to do around the property but some of our best moments were just enjoying morning coffee or evening wine taking in the ever changing views. The house is great and well appointed. Three adults and three teenagers all enjoyed dining at the fantastic outdoor table and playing yard games in the evenings.

5 of of 5

Stunning property with incredible views

By Sally Legg on 03-Jan-2020

The property was ideal for our two families to enjoy Christmas together. Excellent space and yet a homely feel. Great to be able to walk out from the front door along the estuary. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Will definitely return.

5 of of 5

This place is perfect for a group!

By Jesse S on 28-Dec-2019

We stayed in this lovely home for 8 days during the Christmas holidays - Laugharne is a lovely town and this house is in an idyllic setting - quiet, peaceful and amazing views, yet also close to restaurants, a castle and a couple of local pubs. The people were amazing and there were several walking trails for an afternoon or morning walk. This house is well apportioned - great kitchen and conservatory, a lovely dining room (great for meals and game nights), and plenty of extra space if you need to peel off from the family for a nap or to read a book. I would highly recommend heading to the Fish and Chip shop and Arthurs for a meal. A walk around the castle grounds is also well worth the time. Honestly, you can’t go wrong with this getaway home, especially if you are a mid-size group or family (we had 7 in our family and had PLENTY of space).

5 of of 5

The most welcoming holiday home we have ever stayed in

By Joanne V. on 10-Nov-2019

A real home from home place to stay ....every accessory available and such a comfortable house The surrounding area is stunning ...the views from most of the windows is totally enchanting and the walk to Dylan Thomas' boat house is a must ....as is his birthday walk route . Tenby is a 40 min drive away and is a wonderful harbour town A meal at Portreeve restaurant is highly recommended too ...just a short walk away. Thank you Ken for the use of your home ....we will definitely be back

5 of of 5

Spot on in every way!

By Megan W on 01-Nov-2019

Going away with dogs and two families can be difficult. This property has enough space for everyone. It had everything you could possibly need for a good holiday and more. We haven’t been here before but we are planning or returning soon! It is less like a holiday home and more like your own. So comfortable.

5 of of 5

What a gem

By Audrie Gog on 31-Aug-2019

Cannot believe our luck in finding this gem! Lovely house in a lovely location. Everything on your doorstep with excellent restaurants of all price ranges. The house is perfect for great family social gatherings and "comes alive". Yes, most certainly on my list a must visit again. Thank you Ken for making this lovely family home available to my family and also welcomed our dogs.

5 of of 5


By Tracy W on 12-Jul-2019

Wow wow and wow !! What a property! The view of the estuary sitting in the garden is wonderful. The property is only a short walk to centre of Laugharne where there are plenty of eateries, lovely walks from property too. Would highly recommend you stay here!

5 of of 5

Stunning Views

By Sue Kingston on 12-Jul-2019

This house was all we expected it to be and more. There is lots of discs and the . house is well equipped. The coastal views from the house and garden are stunning. The garden is private and if the weather is not quite warm enough there is always the conservatory where you can also enjoy the views.

5 of of 5

Lovely Laugharne and Corrantaf

By Jane B on 02-Jul-2019

The property was beautiful both inside and out. The views were amazing, The outdoor table or the sunroom became our favorite hangout. Plenty of space for all. Everything that a large family or group could need. Ken always responded quickly to any communication and was always helpful and friendly. Highly recommended.

5 of of 5

A big birthday celebration which was made possible by this amazing property.

By Roger C on 03-Jun-2019

Great location, great property, very well appointed and very clean. A big thank you all round!

5 of of 5

Terrific house for a family celebration

By Joanna G on 10-May-2019

We stayed at Corrantaf to celebrate my father's 80th birthday. For nine of us, the house had plenty of space for everyone, a very well equipped kitchen, and really mesmerising views across the estuary. We loved Laugharne - great pubs, fish and chips and friendly people. I'd love to go back, I'm still missing the view!

5 of of 5

Lovely House in a fabulous setting

By Kirsty V on 27-Apr-2019

We had a very relaxing week in this beautiful house. The views over the estuary were just stunning, an absolute treat. The house had absolutely everything we needed and more. We wouldn’t hesitate to book it again

5 of of 5

The most perfect house in the most beautiful location!

By Katey W on 29-Oct-2018

As a large party we found the house perfect for our needs, plenty of space to feel like you were not on top of each other. Spotlessly clean and tidy with a well equipped kitchen and ample bathrooms. The welcome pack when we arrived was a lovely touch. We enjoyed a week of walking, reading, relaxing, board games and even piano playing! We all hope to return one day, and that AMAZING view is one none of us will forget. Thank you for letting us enjoy your little piece of heaven.

5 of of 5

Wonderful Stay

By Jane Bennett on 26-Oct-2018

What an amazingly comfortable house in a beautiful, peaceful location! We couldn't have wished for anywhere better to stay and all thoroughly enjoyed our break in Corrantaf. There was so much space and yet the house was also really cosy. The combination of mod cons and classic comfort was perfect. We really felt at home and not at all as though we were staying in a rental property.

Laugharne itself is a pretty place. There were walks to be enjoyed directly from the house and we also travelled further afield to the Tenby and Pembroke areas which were easily accessible. If we ever return (and I really hope we will), there are still lots of places of interest to visit not too far away.

Thank you Ken and family for giving others the chance to stay in your beautiful house.

5 of of 5

What an amazing place - home from home - thank you!

By Kim A on 16-Oct-2018

We absolutely loved staying at Corrantaf - it is a beautiful house in a beautiful location. The house has everything you could think of and everything you could need to enjoy your stay there. Watching the sunrise over the estuary was a delight for the early birds in our group. There is plenty of space in the house and everything is clean and tidy. The centre of Laugharne is very close and there are plenty of things to do in the local area. The fish and chips from the shop in the square are highly recommended. It was a great way to kick start our wonderful stay. Thank you Ken, I can highly recommend your lovely home.

5 of of 5


By Linda H on 07-Sep-2018

Beautiful, well equipped house with the most amazing views-enjoyed by four generations. Hope to return again to explore the area further & make the most of the walks & wildlife. Linda

5 of of 5

A wonderful house in a stunning location

By Ann G on 01-Sep-2018

The only problem with the house is that you won’t want to leave! It is a beautiful house with plenty of space for everyone and yet also cosy and homely. It has everything you need for a relaxing stay. The garden has plenty of space to soak up the sun and enjoy the spectacular views of the estuary. The view is different every time you look. If it rains, you can still enjoy the views from the conservatory. The location is peaceful and tranquil and the small thriving community is friendly. There is a lot to visit in the surrounding area. We had a lovely week and really didn’t want to leave.

5 of of 5

Comfortable, plenty of space - amazing ever-changing view

By Kirsty M on 17-Aug-2018

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, plenty of space for two families. The best thing the view - just beautiful.

5 of of 5

Fabulous house/location/holiday

By Tracey L on 10-Aug-2018

When we arrived the house seemed to be waiting for us. We explored all the rooms and immediately felt at home, safe & relaxed. The property is simply gorgeous with everything you need and more. The view is utterly breathtaking and ever-changing moment to moment with the tides. Looking out over the estuary at the sand banks, sparkly water, bird life and the occasional little boat was spellbinding. Many happy hours were spent just relaxing and gazing out over that unique scenery that will remain a wistful memory forever. Lying in the comfy bed just before sleep listening to the sound of silence was wonderful. Waking up to the sunshine glistening on the water of the moving tide and hearing the birds fishing for their breakfast was such a pleasure. The house has gorgeous bedrooms and equally gorgeous bathrooms. The ground floor has a very well laid out kitchen, a huge walk in pantry and a laundry room. Every convenience you can think of is supplied. The living room is very comfortable and relaxing with lots of other rooms to spend time in so we all had our own space. I can't recommend this home highly enough, it has been a divine holiday.

5 of of 5

An Amazing House in a Beautiful little Town

By David C on 26-Jul-2018

As soon as we arrived we knew that this was going to be a special holiday. The house itself is beautiful and amazingly spacious, there was only myself, Wife and Son staying in the house, oh plus two Red Setter dogs (who had the time of their lives in the garden) the garden is fully enclosed by walls, hedges, so their was no chance of them wandering off. Most mornings we would have a short drive to Pendine and let the dogs play in the sea, and then back to the house after a short stop off in Laugharne for a quick pint and an ice cream for my Son, we were quite happy sitting in the garden and taking in the incredible view over the estuary. Restaurants in Laugharne are very good and we enjoyed some of the best fish and chips that we have ever had from the chip shop. Ken you have a fantastic place here and I hope that you will let us stay again sometime.

5 of of 5

Stunning house! Fantastic views!

By Tracey W on 17-Jul-2018

The house was fab and in stunning location so so peaceful, the house had everything you could need and all in great condition!! Everything was thought of, the space was brill for seven of us to do as we pleased and not get under each other’s feet!! Had a lovely holiday!! Thank you

5 of of 5

The home is beautiful, spacious, and the location is stunning

By Elaine B on 01-Jul-2018

We were a family of 3 generations and the home was perfect with plenty of space for everybody. There is everything you would need if you wished to eat in or alternatively plenty of places to eat out. We had a minor emergency and found all the local people to be extremely kind. There is a beach just 4 miles away and the resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot are within 30 minutes drive. When staying at this property you do not have to bring the kitchen sink everything you can think of is already there. There are no negatives to this property it is a truely beautiful home.

5 of of 5

Excellant location and great views

By Jeremy H. on 19-May-2018

College get together of friends and wives we have known for almost 50 years made all better due to location and great weather.

Visited Pendine sands, Saundersfoot, Tenby, Mumbles, Carew Castle and National Botanical gardens.

Eat well at local restaurants Porteeve Tafarn and Arthurs. Enjoyed the friendliness of the 3 Mariners and visited Browns, whilst investigating all about Dylan Thomas.

House was spacious and well equipped ,with great views over the estuary.

What more could one ask for.

5 of of 5

A large, comfortable, well equipped house with a fabulous estuary view.

By Angela F. London on 15-Apr-2018

On arrival we were stunned by the truly beautiful outlook & for the duration of our stay we never tired of the ever changing estuary view.

The house is impressively large, very clean and very comfortable. There is plenty of off-road parking for at least 3 vehicles.

The downstairs has a lounge and a separate dining area where a large group can socialise and eat together, and in addition, a games room and a conservatory that allow people to spread out - ideal for a quiet read away from the chattering masses! We loved having the piano in the lounge & enjoyed 2 musical evenings during our stay. The sound system in the dining area is very good.

The kitchen, larder & utility room are all well equipped with everything we needed. The range cooker plus 2 fridges and a freezer ensured that it was easy to cater for a large group.

Everyone in my group reported that their beds were comfortable and that the pillows, duvets and bed linen are of good quality. There is plenty of space for hanging clothes & plenty of hangers. Two bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and the other bedrooms have very close access to a further 2 bathrooms. All bathrooms have modern fitments with good showers. Some bathrooms also have a bath.

The house was warm and comfortable, the heating system kept us cosy during a cool and damp week.

The location of the house is within easy walking distance of pubs, eateries and shops in the town and also well-placed as a starting place for local walks.

We drove to Carmarthen for our main food shopping and we drove to other places along the coast to start different coastal walks.

All in all the house was perfect for our needs, we had an extremely enjoyable week there and were sorry to leave!

5 of of 5

Wonderful house and perfect location. Excellent high quality furnishings, fittings and utensils.

By David B. on 22-Mar-2018

Spending a week with friends in this house in Laugharne was a perfect 70th birthday celebration. It felt as though we were sharing Ken's home and not just hiring a holiday home. Everything was well thought out. The kitchen is very well equipped with everything one needs and all of a high quality. The large dining room was excellent for a group of friends to enjoy meals together. The guidance and assistance could not have been more helpful. Indeed, Ken and Eira were both very thoughtful, helpful and easily contactable. The views over the estuary are stunning and Laugharne is a very pretty village with a good local shop, cafe and friendly pubs. There are some nice walks locally and the coast path around Tenby and Saundersfoot is beautiful. We certainly hope to return and highly recommend it.

5 of of 5

Beautiful peaceful location

By Paul H. on 23-Feb-2018

Views from the property are tremendous.

5 of of 5

Super comfortable & well equipped house

By Nigel C. Charleston, SC on 09-Feb-2018

Had a great stay in Laugharne. Ken was easy to deal with and provided us with a wonderfully comfortable and nicely appointed house . The views of the countryside were incredible. Nice pubs within easy walking distance. A great location and a wonderful house.

5 of of 5

Excellent Property

By Patricia P. on 03-Jan-2018

The house is excellent in every aspect. The kitchen has everything you need and all in very good order. The view is spectacular and we certainly intend to return later in the year when the weather is better and we can sit outside to take full advantage of the view. We have enjoyed our stay and will definitely return. Many thanks Ken for allowing us to stay in your beautiful house.

5 of of 5

Peter and Katie's 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration at Corrantaf with the family

By Peter G. on 22-Aug-2017

We had a wonderful week at Corrantaf and we were all enchanted by the house and garden with the wonderful views. Our ages ranged from three to seventy four and there was plenty of room for the nine of us.

Corrantaf was really well equipped and lots of lovely little touches. We had lots of our meals

outside and the little ones had a fantastic time playing in the garden.

We have already recommended your beautiful home and look forward to returning.

5 of of 5

Lovely house with stunning views

By Kelly R. on 26-Jun-2017

We are currently lucky enough to be staying in this lovely house. After a long drive we arrived and it was so worth it. The house is lovely in itself but is made spectacular by it's beautiful views.

We are a family of 4 generations staying here and it is great for all of us. Would highly recommend and hopefully we will return next year.

5 of of 5

Wonderful The house is spotless and very well equipped The views are breathtaking

By Julia K. on 05-May-2017

This holiday was a 50th birthday celebration. All the guests were very impressed with the accommodation. A great time was had by all. The views and lovely local walks etc make this a magical place.

5 of of 5

Superb property with wonderful views over the estuary

By Derek M. on 03-May-2017

This house far exceeded our expectations, it had everything and more one could want and the location was brilliant.

Would recommend this place to anyone looking for a quiet getaway

5 of of 5

Corrantaf at Easter

By Higginsons & Sawyers on 23-Apr-2017

Where to start!!
We stayed at Corrantaf for a week over Easter, the house is amazing, set overlooking the estuary, the views in the morning are stunning. The garden gives a beautiful setting for a relaxing and peaceful breakfast/ a drink in the evening or a game of bowls with the kids!
There is a games/puzzle and book room jam packed with plenty of things to keep you entertained, if you can fit this in!
My daughter enjoyed playing the grand piano and the log burner in the evenings made the lounge feel very cosy.
There were 8 of us adults, teenagers and 1 dog and we had plenty of room to relax and enjoy some well deserved time away. The house is so well equipped we didn't want for anything.
Corrantaf was the perfect location to explore the cliff top walks, the castle and the bakery for a bit of a cheeky treat! Also, not too far should you want to try out the local pubs for a friendly drink and game of pool in the evenings.
Laugharne is a lovely area with the castle in the centre and Dylan Thomas boat house for a cream tea. All the locals are very friendly and the fish and chips are a must.
We felt very lucky staying in this beautiful house and would definitely look to come again.

5 of of 5

Perfect. a Dream Getaway, a gorgeous house and an idyllic setting.

By Jeff Woodall on 30-Dec-2016

Better than advertised. Everything you need to make your stay an absolute pleasure. Little treats left for us on arrival (like the fully decorated Xmas tree and a welcome pack including beers etc). A warm and comfortable house with lots of fully furnished rooms. Splendid picturesque views and lots to see and do in the area. We will certainly cherish the memories of this Christmas. I definitely plan on returning. Thank you for a wonderful stay Ken.

5 of of 5

Superb location, lovely house, comfortable and well-equipped

By Jeremy F. on 03-Oct-2016

Super location overlooking the estuary. Warm, comfortable, clean house with big communal areas and smaller separate rooms for quiet times. Very well equipped kitchen, with pantry and utility room separate. Efficient heating, and a pre-laid multifuel stove in the lounge was a lovely touch.

Really comfortable beds and good quality duvets.

Great to sit in the conservatory on wet days and watch the sea.

Good carvery nearby on Sunday, interesting places within driving distance, good walks in the area.

We'll definitely be returning!

5 of of 5

A stunning property with views to die for.

By Judy on 18-Sep-2016

What can we say about this house other than it was perfect. The setting, the view, the layout, the facilities all these made our stay very memorable. The owners directions and info about house and surroundings were spot on , and gave us plenty of ideas on how to spend our time in this lovely area. Pembrey country park was one of our favourites and luckily the weather was good. Portreeves and cors restaurants were both excellent. We would love to return to this fabulous house and hopefully in the not too distant future.

5 of of 5

Corrantaf is stunning with breathtaking views.

By Ian D. on 28-Aug-2016

Everything about Corrantaf was excellent from the moment we arrived to the time we sadly had to leave. Our nine-strong party - seven adults and two young children - were well catered for in every department. We settled in immediately and thought it a nice touch to receive a welcoming and much appreciated drink after our long haul. While the house offered us all the facilities we required, its superb elevated position provided stunning views across the estuary and beyond. Situated near a small shopping area, we found it catered for all our needs with cafes and restaurants worthy of more than one visit. The locals proved to be very helpful and friendly and provided service with a smile. Our housekeeper also ensured we didn't need anything explaining she was only a reassuring 'phone call away.

We all agreed it was a wonderful experience and would not hesitate in recommending it to others. Who knows, perhaps we will return one day...here's hoping!

5 of of 5

Great location, fabulous views and a grand house.

By Desi R. on 16-Aug-2016

Corrantaf was a superb location for our family holiday. The first thing to capture our attention was the view over the estuary. We found it mesmerising, constantly changing, enticing us to check it out as the waters ebbed and flowed. The sea birds that descended on the sandbanks did not disappoint either. With six adults and two children to accommodate, the generous proportions of the house and all mod cons made our stay very comfortable indeed. The little things like lots of hot water, two fridges (for wine and beer), a selection of games for rainy days made our stay utterly relaxing and thoroughly enjoyable. For some unknown reason we all naturally gravitated to the conservatory which was light and airy. Breakfast on the patio on our first morning there was a great start to our holiday. We were able to eat out on the patio on a couple of days.

Pre-arrival directions and information about the house and location were quite detailed, which was very helpful. So too were the recommendations of eateries, pubs and nearby attractions. We headed for the beach at Pendine Sands which was fabulous; white sands and a clean beach. The kids loved it. Laugharne itself is a charming village with a variety of interesting walks and enough history to keep us engaged. The locals were friendly and helpful and the housekeeper telephoned to check we had all we needed. We couldn’t have been better looked after.

I’m sure we will return.

5 of of 5
21/05/21 - 28/05/21 Late Spring
£190 per night, £980 per week
28/05/21 - 04/06/21 Spring Half Term
£1,200 per week
04/06/21 - 16/07/21 Mid Summer
£1,260 per week
16/07/21 - 27/08/21 Summer Holidays
£1,940 per week
27/08/21 - 17/09/21 Late Summer
£980 per week
17/09/21 - 22/10/21 Autumn
880 per week
22/10/21 - 29/10/21 Autumn Half Term
£980 per week
29/10/21 - 17/12/21 Pre-Christmas
£180 per day, £840 per week
21/12/21 - 28/12/21 Christmas
£1,960 per week
28/12/21 - 04/01/22 New Year
£1,600 per week
07/01/22 - 11/02/22 Early 2022
£180 per day, £840 per week
11/02/22 - 18/02/22 Early Half-term
£880 per week
18/02/22 - 25/03/22 Early Spring
£200 per day, £880 per week
25/03/22 - 15/04/22 Easter
£1,040 per week
15/04/22 - 27/05/22 Late Spring
£980 per week
27/05/22 - 03/06/22 Spring Half-term
£1,260 per week
03/06/22 - 22/07/22 Mid Summer
£1,200 per week
22/07/22 - 26/08/22 Summer Holidays
£1,980 per week
26/08/222 - 02/09/22 Late Summer Holidays
£1,200 per week
02/09/22 - 21/10/22 Autumn
£940 per week
21/10/22 - 28/10/22 Autumn Half-term
£980 per week
28/20/22 - 16/12/22 Pre-Christmas
£180 per day, £840 per week
Children Welcome Pets Welcome
Refrigerator Hob Oven
Microwave Dishwasher Pantry item
Coffee maker Toaster Dining seats
Dining room Internet Telephone
Fireplace Wood stove Heating
Linens provided Washing machine Tumble dryer
Parking Living room Hairdryer
Ironing board Television Dvds
Video library Music library Games
Books Garden
Away from it all Family Historic
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