Keepers Cottage is a B&B and tea-rooms run by Rose Williams and Marj Thomas. The house was originally called West Winds, but renamed in 1998 when a retiring army major decided he was, '...here for keeps'. It was built in 1953 (extended in 2007) on the site of an old potato patch, which is appropriate as Rose and Marj used to run the R&M Fruit & Veg van. The roof is made from cedar wood shingles, a feature on several local propereties. From the front lawn is one of the finest views of Laugharne Castle; it appears to sit surrounded by dense woodland rather than on an estuary. The B&B has three en-suite bedrooms and a car-park, and the tea room is open during the summer months. You can visit the website here.
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