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My personal favourites relating to Dylan Thomas:
www.dylanthomasboathouse.com - For true Dylan devotees a place of pilgrimage. My heart still skips a beat whenever I come around the foot of Laugharne castle and see it again. Friendly, knowledgable staff and fascinating exhibits.
www.dylanthomas.com - The official website and they take that title very seriously. It's managed by the Dylan Thomas Centre in Swansea. It's a fascinating exhibition.
www.5cwmdonkindrive.com - What could possibly compare to spending time in the house where Dylan was born - especially now it has been so lovingly restored to its 1914 condition? Possibly only staying the night there. Anne and Geoff Haden put heart and soul into this house and it shows. But it's not a museum or a shrine -  it's a living tribute to the poet which stills resounds with his words and now those of other writers.
www.bbc.co.uk/wales/dylanthomas - You can't possibly leave out the BBC - so responsible for nurturing Dylan's work and always prepared to introduce his work to new generations.
http://www.browns-hotel.co.uk/index.php  - Brown's Hotel is now open again! Great atmosphere in the Public Bar already and across the way, in what is now called the Reading Room, a superb selection of Dylan's books to peruse. The talented Jon Tregenna now the perfect manager.
http://www.newthreemarinersinn.co.uk/ - I certainly couldn't leave out one of my favourite watering holes in Laugharne and the people who frequent it. Special folk, the Laugharnies - Dylan knew that.
http://www.abebooks.co.uk/ - Website for the small bookshop in Laugharne owned by the legendary George Tremlett. If you like getting your nose into a huge, eclectic selection of books then this is the place.