9 Royal Victoria Court is situated on the first floor of a large Georgian house. A short stroll from the pretty harbour and beach and within easy walking distance (approximately 300 metres) of Tenby's three other beautiful beaches. High speed Broadband. Communal stairs or the lift lead up to this modern apartment which has been finished to a high 4 star standard and has many of the modern conveniences of home and a pleasant retreat to relax in after a busy day exploring Pembrokeshire. Located at the top of Crackwell Street just yards from the centre of town with its variety of shops restaurants, cafes, pubs and wine bars. Rent inclusive of electricity and central heating. Duvets, bed linen and towels provided. PLEASE NOTE - No Smoking. No Pets. Monday & Friday Changeover. 3pm Takeover. 10am Checkout.
Due to our central location within the historic town walls there is no parking outside the apartment (drop off only) and during the high season (July and August) there is restricted access due to pedestrianisation between the hours of 9.30 am and 5.30 pm. However there are a number of car parks nearby the nearest being 400 metres or a 5 minute short walk within the town. Full-sized oven and fridge with freezer compartment.
Induction hob, microwave, dishwasher.
Free Fibre Optic Broadband, Flat screen TV and DVD player.
Cot and high chair.
THINGS TO DO
If you’re not down on the huge, beautiful, 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.
You can 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 Plantagenet, The Qube, The Stables, 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 in both directions.
Further details can be given on application.