No. 4 Queens Parade is a wonderful townhouse with actual fires, chandeliers, original artwork, and a lovely 'feel' which sums up everything about it. It has been a vacation home in our portfolio for the past 15 years, and your feedback has confirmed that it is roomy, comfortable, and excellent for families and extended families alike. An enclosed walled garden with a new hot tub is located to the rear of the property. A small patio area is located in front of the property for enjoying sundowners. It caters to a wide range of tastes.
We bought No. 4 Queens Parade as our first home. We lovingly restored its original features, mixed in some modern bits, and had great times there. It still has a lot of personal touches, so we hope it feels like home from home for you too. It is located just outside the town walls, in a quiet, sought–after part of Tenby, and is a couple of minutes’ walk from the glorious South Beach.
The master bedroom has a double bed, original fireplace and large bay window with views of Caldey Island and Giltar Point. The second double room has a double bed, original fireplace and views over the rear garden. There is a neat single bedroom to the front of the house, and a cosy twin bedroom to the rear.
Large open-plan kitchen and dining area with range cooker, fridge-freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave. The kitchen has patio doors opening out onto the rear walled garden, which is perfect for al fresco dining and barbecuing.
The walled garden to the rear is sheltered, there is a hot tub for guests to enjoy, a patio table, chairs and a BBQ set. The front patio area has a little bistro table for morning coffees and people-watching.
Guests can apply for one temporary residents’ parking permit from the county council for the residents’ parking bays opposite. Otherwise, the nearest public parking is in the South Beach open-air car-park, or the multi-storey which are both only a 5-minute walk away. With so much to do within Tenby and across its extensive beaches, many people park up the car and forget about it until it is time to reluctantly depart.