The Admiralís House

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The Admiralís House stands on a clifftop in the lovely Welsh seaside village of Saundersfoot. It has breathtaking views of Saundersfoot harbour, Carmarthen Bay, the Gower and beyond to make it one of the premier British coastal locations. The House was built from local natural stone as a training base for the troops of George V in the late nineteenth century and has retained the original vaulted ceilings. The armed forces have always been an integral part of Saundersfoot life with the Admiralís House a focal point. During the summer of 1943 Operation Jantzen involved over 100,000 Allied troops preparing for the invasion of Normandy the following year.

This small and popular Pembrokeshire fishing village and seaside resort boasts an award winning blue flag beach, traditional shops, pubs and restaurants all just a short stroll from the House. The beach and harbour have a fascinating history. In the 1860s sheltered from the western winds it was connected by tramways to an extensive network of coalmines.

Lovingly transformed into a modern five star self catering resort with soft leather suites and contemporary dťcor, it has a distinctly smart penthouse feel. It is fully equipped to the highest standards with seven bedrooms and five bath/shower rooms offering accommodation for up to fourteen guests.

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Nigel Evans Tel: 07976 920893Admiralís House, Saundersfoot,
Pembrokeshire, SA69 9HD
info@admirals-house-west-wales.comwww.admirals-house-west-wales.com
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