Grand Georgian Grade II-listed property set in a prime location overlooking the golden sandy beaches and historic harbour of Tenby, Pembrokeshire’s largest town and popular seaside resort.
Encircled by medieval stone walls, the coastal town of Tenby is studded amongst the stunning cliffs and secret bays of the Pembrokeshire coastline. Discover a variety of amusements as you explore the cobbled streets, basking in the cafe culture of Tudor Square in the summer months with al fresco meals in the sunshine, and retreating to the cosy warmth of a friendly pub in the depths of winter. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is the best way to take in the dramatic scenery, or perhaps you would prefer to charter a boat and take to the water for a unique perspective. Your impressive accommodation offers a welcome retreat after a busy day, sleeping ten guests and an accompanying hound across five bedrooms.
Beneath the pastel exterior, this former guesthouse has high ceilings, large windows and stylish decor, thoughtfully furnished to reflect the building’s historic past. Follow the entrance hall to discover a bright and spacious lounge with ample cosy seating for your entire party, as well as a TV and DVD for evening entertainment. A country cottage-style kitchen forms the hub of the home, where you can gather to dine together at the table. Featuring a large gas and electric range, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher, you’ll have everything you need to prepare your meals. Dinner can also be taken in the dining room reached via a short set of steps, which features a handy TV and a utility cupboard with a washing machine. Scattered between the half landing, first and second floors, the bedrooms are individually themed and titled to reflect the property’s grand nature, many featuring sea views. First, a set of stairs lead to the elegant George Eliot suite, a charming bedroom beautifully finished with a double bed and an en-suite shower room. Upstairs, the first floor is equipped with the delightful John Gwynne Suite with twin zip-and-link beds and an en-suite shower room, and the striking Harbour View king-size suite that has sea views, a TV, window seating and a superb en-suite shower room. Completing the property on the second floor are two further bedrooms – the Caldey Suite twin zip-and-link room with a TV and en-suite shower room, and the sophisticated king-size room known as the St Catherine’s Suite, which features sea views and a tempting en-suite shower room.
There isn’t a dedicated outside space, but the spectacular beaches and pretty harbour are easily reached from your doorstep, providing ample opportunities to explore at leisure. Parking is available for a reasonable cost at one of the nearby public car parks, located within 0.5 miles of the property.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.