Tenby Guest Houses

Tenby is one of Wale's most popular seaside resorts with thousands of people descending on this historical town all year round, it is surrounded by award winning beaches and provides views over the Gower Peninsula and Carmarthen Bay to the East. The Tenby Guest Houses offer warm welcomes and a vast selection of accommodation styles structured to suit the family group, the honeymoon couple, the business guest and the long stay guest.

The town is ancient and dates back to the Norman Conquest; the town walls were constructed in 1093 in order to defend it from the Welsh. The Victorian era introduced wealthy merchant families from Swansea and Cardiff to the area as they viewed it as a trendy vogue Spa town and spearheaded its tourist industry. It has managed to resist over commercialisation and retained an elegance and old world charm, seen through its quaint cobbled streets and pastel coloured buildings perched along the cliff tops.

To the south wonderful views over the popular Island of Caldey are displayed, this is where the local monastery housing the Cistercian Monks can be found. Shopping within the town is plentiful most of it offering local produce and arts and crafts, relaxation may be taken at any one of the pavement cafes, bistros or quaint restaurants, alternatively visitors may opt for boat trips or a game of golf.

Within its historic centre cars are banned providing it with a relaxed ambience and it is here that a great selection of the Tenby Guest Houses may be found as they offer guests doorstep access to local highlights. The Tenby Museum and Art Gallery may be reached by foot as may the Tudor Merchant's House a 15th century town house open to the public, the town is easily reached from the rest of the country by rail, bus and road.

Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the area for the many scenic walks it provides including being linked to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park walking path, many arrive to spend days at the beach perfect for the entire family, the town may be viewed from rickshaws or via horse and cart. There is plenty to see and do here and the yearly calendar is dotted with events such as the Tenby Arts Festival held in mid September.

The Tenby Guest Houses take up residence in various architectural cloaks given its long history they may be described through Elizabethan, Georgian, Victorian and modern all providing unique ambiences and locations. Some found town centre offering convenience with proximity to entertainment hubs and business centres, whilst other rest atop the cliffs and provide privileged views across the bay and others still fringing the town facing pastures green.

Former vicarages, Convents, Schools and shooting lodges have been beautifully restored and converted to provide unique accommodations and picturesque settings. Accommodations are presented through multi roomed suites to cosy en suite rooms. The palatial suites host sitting rooms and dining areas and are detailed through customised furnishings and fresh flowers. Master bedrooms pamper through four poster beds, families are offered connecting rooms and cribs. En suite bathrooms host designer fittings companioned with deluxe toiletries, bathrobes and slippers.

Intimate restaurants present international menus crafted form seasonal produce and companioned with vintage wines. Hearty breakfasts greet the mornings in traditional dining rooms, sitting rooms and drawing rooms host cosy sofas, log fires and honesty bars. The Guest houses offer terraces, atriums and grand drawing rooms suitable for wedding celebrations and business functions.

Many visitors return again and again to The Tenby Guest Houses as they offer idyllic locations within an elegant historic town on the edge of the Sea.