Securing the future of the Dylan Thomas Birthplace

From Sunday 25th July we will be open for house and area tours - initially on Sundays and Wednesdays subject to Covid restrictions. Tours need to be booked for set day and time and limited to six people from one household. Check availabilty here

We can accept a limited number of overnight stays. The house sleeps up to seven people. Check availability and book online here 


Do Not Go Gentle they said so we at the Birthplace are fighting back. We are slowly opening and we have great plans for a dynamic future. And it's all down to our loyal supporters of our crowdfunding project.

Looking for a Unique Birthday or Special Occasion? We are open for accommodation bookings and comply with government guidelines. House tours coming soon Check availability here 

We have vouchers for all our main events including our guided walking tour of Dylan's Uplands and Cwmdonkin Park which includes a house tour. Our tours further afield to Swansea Mumbles and Gower or our Cradle to Grave tour can all take place but to maintain social distancing it has to be in two vehicles. Details here

A Leisure Destination to explore, dine or stay overnight.

We haven't been voted the Best Small Attraction in Swansea Bay 2019 for nothing as there is so much to see and do at the Dylan Thomas Birthplace.

This is the family home where Dylan Thomas was born, lived for twenty-three years and wrote two-thirds of his published work. The house offers glimpse into the lifestyle of Dylan Thomas in the Edwardian era - a wonderful new leisure destination for a staycation or dining experience This is not just a hotel in Swansea, this is a living house steeped in the Edwardian era, a uniquely intimate connection with the life of a great poet in Wales. We have vouchers available for many activities and events - including our famous Welsh Afternoon Teas from Florrie Thomas' pantry - the perfect gift

The house is also a great starting start point for tours of the haunts of Dylan both locally in the Uplands; Swansea, Mumbles and Gower, and further afield to Laugharne and West Wales as part of our Cradle to Grave tour.

* Former US President Jimmy Carter has lent his voice to welcome visitors to the birthplace
* Prince Charles visited the Birthplace on 14th December 2012
* Five-Star Self-Catering accommodation by the Visit Wales Star grading scheme
* The Best Place to Stay by the Hudson’s Heritage Special Judges Award 2017
* Featured in Lonely Planet's Great Britain Travel Guide 2019
* 2019 Certificate of Excellence by Tripadvisor
* NO.3 of 112 Things to Do in Swansea on Tripadvisor


For more information, please call (+44)01792472555 or email

Dylan Thomas Birthplace in Swansea is where Dylan was born and lived for twenty-three years. Nowadays, it is a leisure destination for staycation and dining experience.