Tenby House is an inn situated in Tenby, Pembrokeshire which is both a medieval walled town and one of Wales' favourite seaside resorts, in the only coastal National Park in Britain.
Its ancient harbour, surrounded by Regency houses in pastel colours, is a focus for artists and photographers and its four sheltered beaches and safe bathing waters attract families, with water sports for the energetic.
The inn's accommodation is of a high standard, with sixteen en-suite bedrooms.
Some of our rooms adjoin a grand balcony which overlooks Tudor Square, the heart of the town.
Tenby House has all the facilities the guest expects for a comfortable and memorable visit.
The Bar & Courtyard: The busy bars are popular with residents and local people alike, and children are made welcome. The decor reflects the history of this fine building.
Our bars are tastefully decorated adding to the mood. The courtyard is a suntrap and a pleasant meeting area for cool drinks with friends and family. It all makes for a relaxing end to a busy day.
Good food is assured, with hot and cold meals available at lunch time and in the evenings.
Tenby is a centre for touring Pembrokeshire, a county of great beauty,rugged coastline, valleys and hills, secluded blue flag beaches and excellent golf courses.
There are world famous sea bird sanctuaries, Stone Age caves and tombs, Iron Age forts, Norman Castles - altogether some 350 scheduled ancient monuments linked by the 300 kilometre coastal footpath.
Rates: From £65 per person per night.
From £90 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
From £150 per family room per night.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Dinner is available.
Free Wi-Fi/internet access.
Disabled facilities in bar area.
3 Stars Visit Wales Inn.