Overlooking the golden sandy beach, this enchanting apartment is set at the heart of the coastal town of Tenby, a fantastic location for a seaside staycation with all the trimmings.
Escape to Pembrokeshire and stay in this part of an impressive townhouse that’s set in a picturesque harbour town known for its fascinating history, variety of activities, and delicious fresh seafood. Discover an array of amusements from your doorstep, venturing into the main town to admire the medieval stone wall and visit the various attractions that appeal to visitors year upon year. A paradise for walkers, you’ll be able to explore the spectacular cliff-top trail leading to Saundersfoot 5 miles away, admiring the spectacular views across to St Catherine’s Island as you go. Take to the water to visit the resident seals, or challenge your inner adrenaline junkie and try your hand at jet skiing, kayaking and cave exploring.
Beneath the charming exterior of this maisonette is a welcoming haven characterised by stylish furniture, contemporary decor and fantastic views of the historic harbour town. Set across the first and second floors, it is a comfortable retreat for six guests and an accompanying hound. Grab your morning coffee and settle down by the bay windows to watch the town come to life. The open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is made extra toasty by the wood burner, which will prove far too tempting on blustery winter evenings. Whip up delicious meals in the country cottage-style kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer and dishwasher, and gather around the table for suppers that last well into the night. There is also an outside utility room with washing machine should you need it. Climb the wooden stairs to find two delightful double bedrooms and a magnificent bathroom complete with a freestanding bath and separate shower. Please note there are sloping ceilings and therefore reduced head height in the bedrooms and bathroom. Back downstairs, the third and final bedroom is a small room with bunk beds just perfect for children.
Open the door and follow the steps up to the sunny garden with seating, firing up the BBQ on warm summer afternoons for a tempting supper washed down with tasty local ale. There isn’t an allocated parking spot, so spaces are subject to availability in the nearby public car park.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.