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Tudor Merchant's House

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January 4, 2019
An ancient house - just as it would have been 50 years ago.
February 6, 2018
This 1500 century period house sits smack on in the middle of the bustling seaside town of Tenby. Learn about the buying and selling that went on in this lively merchants house and day to day Tudor life.

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“Fabulous Balcony views!! This little cafe has a balcony out at the back which is suspended above the Tenby harbour and North Beach with amazing views of the harbour and beach scene. They do some lovely greek style food and the garlic mushrooms are to die for!!! It is a coffee and cake house too and their coffee is really good! Its a popular spot but worth waiting for a seat - and if you can get out on the small balcony even better!! ”
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“Situated in the heart of Fishguard, the Royal Oak provides excellent food and a good atmosphere for the whole family. And it was the setting for the signing of a peace treaty with the French in 1797, following the last recorded invasion of Britain.”
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Postal Town
“Good golf course, fab cafes and restaurants, lots of lovely little shops and a beach/The Parrog/Newport sands”
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“Saundersfoot is a small seaside resort between Tenby and Amroth on the South Pembrokeshire coast. Much more compact than Tenby with a charm and character of its own, Saundersfoot was designated a Conservation Area by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in 1995. Saundersfoot harbour was originally a coal port for the mines at Stepaside. Nothing remains of the mines but the old tramway route survives as a fascinating section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Eat in Coast, the St. Brides Hotel and Spa or the Boathouse.”
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“Superb for fresh baked bread, cakes and delicatessen products. Get there early to avoid disappointment!”
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