Hurst House on the Marsh

At a glance

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    You could book a cookery course at the hotel, or for something more energetic the hotel is very near the coast so why not go for a walk and soak up the sea air.

  • Restaurant


    The restaurant at this venue comes highly recommmended

  • Child friendly

    Child Friendly

    Specialised facilities catering for children, including creche and kids club activities

  • Weddings


    Ideal location and facilities to hold a beautiful wedding

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    Good spa facilities offering overnight stays, with a bar and a restaurant available to guests. The leisure facilities can sometimes be in a different building


Hurst House on the Marsh

Hurst House on the Marsh, East Marsh, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, South West Wales, SA33 4RS
SA33 4RS

Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, 18 miles NE of Tenby, 16miles SW of Camarthenshire

Spa & Leisure

Hurst House on the Marsh dates back to the 16th century, when it was a dairy farm, this Grade II listed building is hidden away in a secluded spot on the far South-Western coast of Wales. This property was once described as “legendary lazy little black-magical bedlam by the sea” by it’s former resident, the poet Dylan Thomas.

The original stonework and rustic features make an idyllic setting for this bijou spa. There is a rawness and simplicity that brings prospective and sheds light on our unnecessarily cluttered lifestyle. It is easy to forget the outside world and focus on what is important.

There are three treatment rooms and a menu full of heavenly therapies and specially designed programmes. Enjoy a swim in the tranquil pool and recline in the spa bath, there is even a relaxation space to rest in and a compact mirrored gym complete with treadmill, cross trainer, bike and rowing machine facilitates workouts for the health conscious.

Andrew Price at Hurst House. Andrew is an award winning and respected hairdresser well known for his innovative designs and colour techniques. (open every Friday and Saturday, contact reception for more info)

Hotel & Accommodation

With just 17 rooms there is a sense of exclusivity and extravagance. These suites are gorgeous, with a charming fusion of vintage furniture, contemporary amenities and incredible vision. The spacious en suite bathrooms filled with REN goodies, the vast Frette dressed beds and brilliant finishing touches such as Roberts radios make this hotel a cut above the rest. If you seek the ultimate seclusion there is even a two story cottage.

The restaurant is fabulous. From your table you will see the working kitchen garden which delivers much of the food on your plate! The executive head chef Martin Blunos has two Michelin stars to his name, and he is soon to be helped by Dave Watts fresh from Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons.. The bar is located in the main house and proves a wonderful place to enjoy cocktails, fine wines or spirits. In warmer months there is a beautiful terrace area where they serve lunch, drinks, afternoon tea and dinners