Saundersfoot, plus the UK’s smallest City, St. Davids in Pembrokeshire and Laugharne in Carmarthenshire, best known as the home of Dylan Thomas about which he wrote his wonderful play for voices “Under Milk Wood”, are named as three of the best places to live in Britain in 2018.
In total, 10 Welsh towns and villages make it on to the Sunday Times “Best Places to live in Britain” list for 2018.
In no particular order, the 10 places are both Saundersfoot and St. Davids in Pembrokeshire; Laugharne in Carmarthenshire; Mumbles, Swansea; Abergavenny and Monmouth in Monmouthshire; Penarth and Colwinston in the Vale of Glamorgan and Presteigne in Powys.
The newspaper drew on factors, including community spirit, broadband speed, shops and judges’ views.
The list also gives the most affordable – with houses in Abersoch, Gwynedd (£119,500) and St Davids, Pembrokeshire (£125,000), the cheapest.
The Sunday Times home editor Helen Davies said: “Britain is scattered with thriving towns and villages, cool cities and suburbs, though people may be surprised how many traditional favourites haven’t made the cut in 2018.”
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