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Telephone: 01834 843737

The Imperial Tenby

Tenby, Pembrokeshire



The Imperial Tenby is in a stunning clifftop location built into the old stone walls of Tenby. It is centrally located just a short walk from the main street. The hotel has amazing views of Carmarthen Bay and Pembrokeshire coastline. Tenby offers plenty for guests with some of Pembrokeshire's finest attractions.

There are 44 bedrooms with varying bedroom styles to suit all tastes and budgets. Standard rooms have an en suite bathroom, TV, free Wi-Fi and complimentary tea & coffee making facilities. If you are looking to make your stay really special the premier rooms with four poster bed, a seating area to relax in and separate bath and shower offer the ultimate upgrade. Some rooms also have sea views.

The modern restaurant has floor to ceiling windows making the most of the majestic scenery. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served here using locally sourced produce where possible. There is also access to a sun terrace.

Tenby is a traditional town with lovely beaches. Walking and cycling are popular in this area. Alternatively, visit one of the many interesting attractions including:

Colby Woodland Garden.
Picton Castle.
Aberglasney Gardens.
National Botanical Gardens of Wales.

For more information please visit our website.

Rates: Please enquire for details. Short breaks available. Minimum 2 night stay. Special offers available throughout the year.
We can also offer business rates for corporate travellers and can help arrange team building days and activities.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for details.
Dinner is available.
Wi-Fi/internet access.
Sun terrace.

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