Tenby lies on the south coast of Pembrokeshire and is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Wales. It’s a picture-postcard resort with narrow streets of shops, cafes and houses built against the ruins of the 13th century town walls.
The harbour features a collection of multi-coloured buildings and there are two excellent, sandy bays. Caldey Island, with its ancient priory church, lies about 2 miles out and can be reached by launch. As with other Pembrokeshire locations, there are plenty of options when it comes to holiday accommodation. Follow the links below for further information.
This Tenby bed and breakfast is a converted Victorian House with 9 en-suite bedrooms: a twin, triple single and double. Each one features digital TV, complimentary Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making facilities. There’s also self catering accommodation in the adjoining Rose Cottage. Breakfasts, which utilise local produce can be made to order so specific dietary requirements are well catered for. Gumfreston Hotel is situated in a quiet residential area of Tenby and is within easy access of local restaurants, pubs and the picturesque beach. Parking is unrestricted but it can sometimes be hard to find spaces – there’s a pay as you go car park if this becomes an issue. Reviews for this establishment are very positive with guests praising the peaceful location, comfortable rooms and even the owner’s knack of securing parking spaces for her guests.
Tenby Guest Houses
Located in Dreenhill just outside Haverfordwest, this pet friendly, annexe-style holiday property accommodates two people. The interior features a well-equipped kitchen, a double-room with pull out beds and a sitting room. The bathroom consists of a shower with WC and basin. There’s also off-road parking for one car and an enclosed garden. The local pub is a short walk away and there’s also a shop about a mile and a half from the property. Towns such as Broad Haven and St Davids are within easy access as is the picturesque Pembrokeshire coast. Space is a bit of an issue which is why Baratheans is better-suited to couples and individuals.
Tenby Holiday Cottages
This is an attractive, terraced holiday cottage set on a walkway which leads down to Tenby’s famous harbour. There are three bedrooms set over four floors: two king-size doubles and an attic family room with four single beds and a basement room with a double sofa bed. The kitchen, which incorporates a dining area, is equipped with an electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher and microwave – a washer/dryer is also provided. The cottage also features three Freeview televisions, two DVD players, Wi-Fi and an iPod dock. Parking facilities are located about 200 yards away. The property has received praised from previous guests for its location, amenities and spaciousness.
A Tenby hotel that is perched on a cliff overlooking Camarthen Bay and the charming harbour. The Fourcroft has 40 rooms, most of which afford stunning coastal vistas. They include en-suite bathrooms, TV and radio and direct dial telephones. Wi-Fi is also included throughout. Included in the hotel’s grounds, is a children’s playground and a landscaped gardens that allow guests easy access to the beach – there’s also a heated outdoor swimming pool and a spa-sauna. The restaurant prepares dishes which utilises local produce and there is also a Hollywood-themed bar. Guest reviews have been complimentary, especially regarding the hotel’s elevated position and superb seaside views.