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Explore East Williamston

East Williamston is a picturesque and quiet little village, with great community spirit. It is situated just four miles from the popular seaside town of Saundersfoot, and just five miles from one of Pembrokeshire's most famous beach locations, Tenby.

A perfect location enabling you to spend your days exploring the nearby towns, where you can eat, shop, sunbathe and even take a boat trip around the coastline, before returning to the peaceful village for a relaxing evening.

During the early 19th century East Williamston was heavily mined for its rich coal. Today, the surrounding countryside is still riddled with shafts and mines, which adds to the picturesque hilly landscape.

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