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Tenby Hotels

Our Tenby Hotels guide

Our guide to the best hotels in and around Tenby

You’ll be hard pushed to find a hotel around Tenby which couldn’t offer its guests a sea view.

With so many historic buildings in the area, many have operated as hotels for many decades, and have facilities such as indoor and outdoor swimming pools, as well as popular restaurants.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break or celebrating a special occasion, the Giltar Hotel have a warm welcome waiting for you.

Their beautiful Victorian Hotel is situated on the Esplanade in Tenby, Pembrokeshire overlooking South Beach, with stunning views of the monastic Island of Caldey.

Whatever room you choose at the Giltar, you’ll leave them feeling totally relaxed with memories to treasure.

Heywood Spa Hotel is a four-star gold award hotel set in a tranquil acre of grounds just half a mile from Tenby town centre and Blue Flag beaches.

A private and independently owned hotel, which prides its self on the highest quality accommodation, professional and thoughtful service with excellent locally sourced cuisine.

Located just outside Tenby and a 10-minute walk from the magical Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Penally Abbey Hotel is a place where time slows down and sea views, squishy armchairs, and home-cooked food soothe the soul.

The Penally Abbey Hotel has a spectacular view out to sea, overlooking the oldest golf course in Wales – Tenby Golf Course, established in 1888.

Atlantic Hotel Tenby offers you the most exceptional hospitality, with polite, friendly and discreet staff, delicious food in our restaurant and making constant improvements to the quality of our decor and furnishings.

Most of their rooms have sea views, and all have first-class en-suite facilities with a bath and shower.

The Atlantic Hotel offers the level of service that you would expect from a luxury hotel.

The Park Hotel offers guests an exclusive bolthole perched on a cliff in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with breathtaking panoramic views over Tenby’s north beach and harbour, it’s the perfect location for making memories.

With direct beach access, manicured gardens, clifftop terraces and a heated outdoor pool, Whether it’s relaxation or adventure they have it all.

The St Brides Spa Hotel is all about dramatic seascapes, coastal path walks, relaxed, calming interiors, unpretentious service, a marine spa specialising in recovery treatments, plentiful fresh, local seafood, big, comfy beds and the choice of independent stays and winter space.

And without a doubt has the best view across Saundersfoot beach and harbour.

Clarence House Hotel is only 200 metres from Tenby’s South Beach and boasts a spectacular view of Caldy Island. The town centre is just a 5-minute walk away. Clarence House Hotel guests can enjoy drinks from The Seagull Bar in the beautiful rose garden.

With views of the coastline, the dining room provides light lunches and breakfast options.

Nestling at the head of a small wooded valley, Castlemead is set in 1/2 acre of mature grounds and lawns with extensive views across Manorbier Bay, the Norman Church and historic Manorbier Castle.

Castlemead Hotel offers a gloriously quiet, relaxing atmosphere in the heart of the village, yet just a “stone’s throw” from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and a short stroll to a Blue Flag Beach.