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Auction of Webley Arms

Source: Pembroke Herald 20/12/1861       Date: 1861
Copyright:       Type: Newspaper

LOT 8 9 10 and 11 are admirably adapted for the purpose of building Marine Villas, as they abut immediately upon the Estuary of the river Tivy, close to Cardigan Bay. The House of Poppit, and the Webley Arms are situate on the banks of the river Tivy, and a great number of vessels are always moored exactly opposite to the door of the Inn and the Webley Arms is very much resorted as a Marine Residence in the summer months, and in consequence of these advantages any good tenant will make a comfortable livelihood.
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