'Hidden from the main street in Laugharne, behind its exotically landscaped grounds, is The Cors, a very special and intimate restaurant with rooms. Converted from an exquisite Victorian house, chef-proprietor Nick Priestland has... created a charming blend of period pieces and modernist artworks... Once simply a bog (Cors in Welsh), the glorious garden now provides a delightful setting of trees, shrubs, ponds, modern sculptures and secluded areas of seating.' Those words are from Nick's website and we can only agree. Built in the early 1800s The Cors is an 'under-the-radar' experience. It is often full at weekends so booking is essential. Opposite is the Cors playing field which is run as a charity. The Laugharne Carnival is held here. The New Bridge the road is named after was built in 1825. Prior to draining, people travelling through Laugharne would have come down Horsepool, along Holloway and then up Stoney Way.
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