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This house is filled with lots of artefacts and ornaments, so you must be sure that your dog is well behaved enough to stay.
Enjoy exclusive use of this peaceful, beautifully restored Edwardian house, the birthplace of the poet Dylan Thomas. It can sleep 1 to 7 people across the 4 bedrooms. Swansea centre is a bone throw away.
The house has been restored to the original condition when bought as a new house in 1914. From 27th October 2008 (Dylan’s 94th birthday) the house has been available to let as a themed holiday experience – for example, if you book for 14th August 2009 you will enter 5 Cwmdonkin Drive on 14th August 1915 – a newspaper of the day will await you but no phone, no television and no radio!
When this place isn’t being used as a place to rest those sleepy paws, it’s a museum to Dylan’s life where you can enjoy a guided tour.