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This is an excellent place to visit in this part of the world, the house itself has a good range of interesting articles and a short film bio of Dylan Thomas. We were there at the same time as a primary class and there was...More
We were both looking forward to visiting the Dylan Thomas house. We drove into town to park only to find that at least 50% were occupied by the local market! We then discovered that the house was up a steep path with no parking local...More
This is a must visit place if you're in the area. A fabulous location, so easy to understand why Dylan Thomas so desperately wanted to live here.
The staff were extremely helpful and informative and the displays and film are really educational. We particularly enjoyed...More
We leave the car park in the shadow of the castle in the village centre and start the walk up the hill, through the lane and along the Taf estuary path. Time to take in the feel of Dylan's wanderings, observations and thoughts. We pass...More
What a wonderful place. Beautiful serene scenery. Friendly smiley well informed staff. We loved it. On a glorious sunny day it was plain to see what inspired Thomas. On top of that a wonderful Welsh cream tea. You really only need one between two. We...More
The boathouse is a little walk from the carpark. English/Welsh foliage lined both sides of the pathway.
The vista, from the pathway that rises above ground to the Boathouse, and from the boathouse itself, was lovely. Low tide, sandy dunes, little water streams on the...More
Visiting from Canada we wanted to do explore the areas of Dylan Thomas with our Wales cousin. The house was one of the places we went into and it was done up quite nicely to learn about him and his life style.
Beautiful views of...More