Top-rated Tenby hotels which offers superb levels of short break holiday accommodation. They can be found in some of Tenby’s most idyllic, picturesque locations.
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.
Heywood Spa Hotel is situated close to the centre of Tenby and provides luxury hotel accommodation. It has 24 en-suite rooms and a number of suites with the usual mod-cons one can expect from a boutique hotel – all are stylishly decorated. There’s also a restaurant for fine-dining and an ornately decorated brasserie which serves home-cooked, locally sourced food as well as an a la carte menu. Other notable features include a heated swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, sauna and gymnasium. The Heywood is set in large well-kept grounds which incorporate a patio and sun terrace. Reviews have been glowing with many praising the amenities and leisure facilities provided as well as the modern, interior decor and friendly customer service.
The Albany offers affordable hotel accommodation in Tenby and is near the north beach and harbour. There are 24 en-suite rooms in all, featuring flat-screen televisions with Freeview and tea/coffee making facilities and complimentary toiletries. Wi-Fi is also available in public areas of the hotel. Its restaurant serves traditional pub fare and there’s a good choice of breakfasts. In addition, local visitor attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park, Caldey Island and Park and Folly Farm are a short drive away. For the most part, reviews have been good with praise directed at the breakfasts and customer service. However some guests weren’t happy about the size and decor of the rooms.
A cliff-top hotel with impressive views of Caldey Island and Tenby’s South Beach. It features 42 rooms with en-suite bathrooms that include Wi-Fi access, Freeview television and direct-dial telephones. Most of the rooms can be access by an elevator and ground floor rooms are also available for those with mobility problems. The hotel also has an indoor, heated swimming pool as well as a spa bath and steam room. The exterior includes terraced gardens which overlook the coast and space for up to 30 vehicles. There’s also an independently-run restaurant which is part of the hotel complex. The Atlantic’s location and cleanliness have received praise from previous guests as well as the leisure facilities provided.
This hotel enjoys a unique position, perched on a cliff-top overlooking Tenby and built in to the ancient medieval walls. There are 44 bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Some of the large rooms also feature four-poster beds. In addition, Wi-Fi connectivity is available throughout the hotel and there’s also a 24-hour front desk. The Imperial overlooks the beach and local visitor attractions such as Tenby and Carew Castle are also nearby. Previous guests have been unanimous in their praise of the hotel’s location but there have been a few quibbles regarding the on-site restaurant’s food.