Welcome to our Tenby home-from-home!
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[If we're fully booked look at our near identical apartment on the floor below, ref 8425181]
Refurbishment finished at 7 Royal Victoria Court early in 2016. We have modernised and refitted the apartment to our own standards for our own use, so it has all the conveniences of home, plus the Wow! of high quality fit-out, including two ensuite bathrooms and a superbly fitted and equipped kitchen. The apartment is a one-floor, two-bedroom accommodation in a large Victorian house perched on the harbour cliff in the heart of Tenby’s holiday area. Access (first floor up from street level) is via stairs or lift. At the top end of Crackwell Street, you’ll be ideally placed for access to the promenade, the pretty, postcard-view Harbour and Tenby’s three beautiful Blue Flag beaches. If you really do like to be beside the seaside, you are going to love staying here!
Sitting smack on the cliffs over Tenby Harbour, with immediate access to this lovely seaside town’s shops, restaurants, pubs and other attractions, the apartment has spectacular views over the Harbour and North Beach, across to Caldey Island and even beyond to the beaches of North Devon. The substantial open plan living/dining room has double doors accessing a modern balcony where you can sit and relax, soaking up the seaside ambience and the outstanding view. It has an additional large bay window, with seating, filling the apartment with light and letting everyone enjoy that wonderful aspect.
***BREAKING NEWS*** We have refurbished our 12 sleeper clifftop house to the same specification, now available to rent . Call Jon on 07887833919 if interested.
AT A GLANCE
Beautifully refurbished to 5 star standard
Two luxury ensuite bathrooms (one Jack and Jill) with underfloor heating, separate walk-in shower cubicles and WCs
Balcony and bay window looking straight out to sea
Sparkling, quality fitted kitchen, fully equipped
Full-sized oven, fridge, freezer
Egyptian cotton linen
Smart TV, DVD player, sound bar
Cot and high chair on site
Towels, linen, electricity inclusive
No smoking, no pets
Friday changeover – 3pm
THINGS TO DO
If you’re not down on the huge, soft-sandy beaches, Tenby has many other attractions, including daily (weather permitting) boat trips to the Monastic Caldey Island, or to fish or see other wildlife. Or maybe you fancy the climbing walls at the Overhang, on the slipway to Castle Beach? Tenby is well set within the Pembrokeshire National Park and offers a great base for exploring this beautiful coast and county, with its many leisure pursuits and attractions.
As a family, we often visit the nearby attractions such as Manor House Wildlife Park (meerkats, Sumatran Tigers and all the rest) Folly Farm (Zoo, vintage funfair and loads of other activities), Heatherton (many children’s and adult activities, from excellent crazy golf, through water-zorbing and tree-top experiences, to archery, boating and driving activities for all ages). Or there is the theme park at Oakwood, if you really can’t bear another day just relaxing on the beaches and eating fresh-off-the-boat fish at one of Tenby’s many fine eating places, such as The Mooring or The Blue Ball.
For a more sedate experience, castles at nearby Carew, Pembroke and Laugharne (Dylan Thomas’ home) are always well worth a visit, and offer many events. You must visit St David’s, with it’s historic cathedral. Tenby is on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path so there’s plenty of wonderful coastal walking to be done.