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North Bay House 3

Tenby, West Wales
Visit Wales - 3 star rating
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
3 star
Waterside views
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Lovely second floor holiday apartment with spectacular views
  • Walkers can immerse themselves in miles of Pembrokeshire’s countryside and coastline
  • Discover Tenby’s shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs
Property code: FB166

Situated within the historic walls of Tenby, this cosy and romantic bolthole overlooks the golden sands of the North Beach and to Carmarthen Bay beyond.

Experience the beautiful sandy beaches of Tenby from the comfort of this attractive apartment that sleeps two. Wake up to the sounds of the seaside town coming to life all around you, strolling down to the harbour to admire the boats before tucking into a delicious breakfast. There is a wealth of amusements to suit all interests, whether you are tempted by cliff-top walks and water sports, or would prefer to soak up some history and pick up some souvenirs.

Tucked on the second floor, your accommodation is accessed via two flights of stairs and has comfortable interiors ideal for relaxing. The lounge has a pebble-effect gas fire for cosy evenings snuggled up on the sofas, and there is a large table perfect for dinners a deux. A galley-style kitchen provides all the essentials needed for cooking up a storm, and there is a breakfast bar for light snacks and simple breakfasts. At bedtime, your bedroom is equipped with a king-size bed for a restful night’s sleep. Completing the property is a bathroom with a shower over the bath.

Bask in the sunshine on one of three beaches or take a boat trip to Caldey Island from the harbour, discovering the holy island that is home to an order of Cistercian Monks. For foodies, Tudor Square is a delight for al fresco during the summer months, or take the 3.5-mile coast path to Saundersfoot to discover the village’s gastronomic reputation. Seals can often be spotted below the cliffs, so why not don your walking boots and set off to explore? You’ll pass the ruins of Tenby’s once-proud, 12th-century castle as you go, and there are splendid views over St Catherine’s Island and beyond.

  • 1 bedroom - 1 king-size
  • 1 bathroom - 1 shower over the bath
  • Electric hob, oven, fridge/freezer and microwave
  • Gas fire
  • Immersion heater
  • TV and DVD
  • Regret no pets
  • Regret no washing machine
  • Shop, pub, restaurant and beach within walking distance
  • Not suitable for children, infants, babies and anyone with mobility issues due to two steep flights of stairs

Frances Purnell

This property is personally managed by Frances.


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Reviewed by Sue 30th April 2021

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Reviewed by Mr. Nock 3rd October 2019

We very much like the venue and find it suits us well, but flat 4 is far superior to 3. In the latter, the shower facilities are well below par, the water dispensing in the bath is slow, so that even with the meagre shower head, it quickly starts to fill and the plug in the wash basin was so hit and miss, I shave under running tap for fear of the pRead morelug not rising again after being lowered. This bathroom really does need some attention. Finally, in the evening, the television only liked us watching ITV or BBC Wales. The reception was less than fair. This siad, it would not stop us booking here again, but only if flat 4 was unavailable. Hide


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Comprised of the beautiful counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire, West Wales is a superb choice of holiday destination for family, friends or couples looking to escape. With fantastic holiday resorts and picture-perfect coastal villages, West Wales offers ancient castles, national walking trails, bucket and spade beaches, as well as miles of stunning scenery to enjoy.

Top West Wales visitor attractions and places of historical interest include: The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Cilgerran Castle, the Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Visit thriving Tenby for golden beaches, pubs and cafes galore; spend days on the sands with your family building sandcastles, paddling or sunbathing. Tenby is one of the leading holiday destinations in the country and being such a pretty town it’s not surprising that it’s so popular. Spend time getting to know the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with its rich blue seas, sandy beaches, cliff-top walks and white-crested waves that are worshipped by surfers on a daily basis. Discover the Bae Ceredigion coast where you can keep a watchful eye out for seals and dolphins out to sea – a common sight from the Wales Coast Path.

Spot wild blooms and see the first orchids of the year; West Wales is full of nature reserves that can be found across Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, and Ceredigion, all of which make for perfect daytrip destinations for bird watchers and wildlife spotters alike. Visit the UK’s smallest city, St Davids to see its fascinating cathedral, first built in the 13th century. Spend time on the beaches at Barafundle Bay or Tenby, take a trip to the magnificent Carew Castle or climb the 80-foot tall Great Keep at Pembroke Castle. Other West Wales attractions include the West Wales Museum of Childhood, several heritage railways, Carmarthen - the birthplace of Merlin, The Museum of the Welsh Woollen Industry and the Worm’s Head.

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