St Martin's Church, Laugharne

4.51 Vote
  • Address: Laugharne, Carmarthen SA33 4QD, UK, United Kingdom
  • Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids

The burial place of world-renowned poet Dylan Thomas and his wife, the St Martin's Church is a significant spot in Laugharne. The lovely graveyard next to the church is the primary point attraction at this church because people from all over the world come to this place to pay their respects to Dylan Thomas. A beautiful stone structure, this chapel is an ancient holy place in Laugharne.

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St Martin's Church, Laugharne Reviews & Ratings

  • Lovely church yard. Probably most visited as the site of Dylan and Caitlin Thomas graves though a proper old fashioned churchyard and a joy to walk around. A real history of the area in the graves and tombs. Very well tended and a pleasure to explore. Church itself was locked up when I was there.

  • The resting place of Dylan Thomas

  • Lovely little church x

  • Lovely church and Dylan Thomas is buried there.

  • The burial place of world renowned poet Dylan Thomas and his Wife. Go up the slope on the right hand side of the church, go through the iron gates on the right, go straight on across the grass and turn left after 50 yards and go up to about 20 yards and see the white cross. Well maintained, small bottle of his favourite tipple whiskey next to the cross. Churchyard full of birdsong.

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