- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
A superb detached Tenby holiday cottage, a couple of minutes' walk from the town's amenities.
The accommodation in this Tenby cottage includes a well-equipped fitted kitchen, with a dining area that leads onto a secluded patio with garden furniture.
The extremely spacious sitting room opens out to the pretty lawned garden through two sets of French doors, making it a superbly light and airy room.
The beautiful stairway leads to three lovely bedrooms and a balcony which runs the length of this Tenby cottage.
Stroll into the centre of Tenby with its quirky shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants, enjoy beautiful sandy beaches or take the short boat trip to Caldey Island.
Join the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, visit Saundersfoot or experience the Dinosaur Park, Folly Farm or Oakwood Theme Park.
With castles, mills, craft centres and a fabulous choice of unspoilt sandy beaches surrounding it, this Tenby holiday cottage is the ideal base for all ages.
This Tenby cottage can be booked with Refs.
2106 and 2474 to accommodate 12 people.
Three bedrooms, two with access to balcony: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x super king-size double (zip & link, can be made up as a twin by prior arrangement). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Shower room with shower cubicle, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC in utility room. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with gas fire and dining area.
Gas central heating with gas fire in sitting room. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, flat screen TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, small library of games, books and DVDs. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lawned garden and patio with garden furniture, balcony off two bedrooms. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 2 mins walk.
- Last minute
- “Superb holiday”
- “The house was lovely and there was plenty of room for me, my husband and my parents. All facilites one would ned were there and it rerally was a home from home. We were very lucky with the weather and when not exploring Tenby and the surrounding area, enjoyed sitting in the garden soaking up sun. All in all a superb time was had by all and we would certainly all be happy to return”
- “Excellent property within easy reach of town and beaches”
- “Property available on arrival and was spacious and comfortable. Within walking distance of the town centre and the beaches which were fabulous. In particular South Beach and its amenities are recommended. Facilities at North Beach need upgrading. Particularly recommend walking along beaches when the tide is out.”
- “lovely modern clean detached cottage in Tenby”
- “Just returned from 2 weeks in the Orangery - a lovely property just 5 minutes walk up St John's Hill to the North Beach and top of the town. Another 5 minutes will get you to the South beach. Property was spotless and included everything you'd need for a stay. 2 toilets in upstairs bath/shower rooms and 1 downstairs in utility with washing machine and dryer. Beds comfortable, big lounge with gas fire and freeview tv/dvd. We travelled with 3 teenage boys and this was great accommodation for us. There are steps up to the property and Tenby itself it pretty hilly so it may not suit someone with mobility problems. The owner was very helpful -quickly replaced the dryer the following day when it broke and lent us a map when we told him we were going to St Davids. Tenby was a great base to see Pembrokeshire. We had mixed weather so only got on the beach a couple of days. Would recommend the Tudor Merchant's House and Lifeboat station in the town. Also St Mary's church is worth a look at. Qube does a lovely meal, although pricey for a family ( they do an early evening menu cheaper, but no-one ordered from it!!) The Buccaneer did a good meal too and has a lovely beer garden. Get fish and chips from the shop in Lower Frog Street - the others aren't nearly as good. We went on the Ghost Walk, which was just average I'd say - very pleasant and entertaining guide, just the stories weren't much cop. There's a Tesco Express in the Main Street and a bigger Sainsbury's handy. At the bottom of St John's Hill just a minute away is a Spar at the filling station which is good for milk bread etc. What else? A trip to Heatherton was great and the Treetops well worth doing. Oakwood theme park great day out as was Caldey Island. We took a wildlife trip from Cardigan and this was very enjoyable although we only saw 3 dolphins briefly and a few seals. Plenty of birds though and the inflatable boat was an experience in itself. Chocolate factory was good, but maybe better form younger kids, Blue Lagoon water park was good for all the family - would be excellent for younger ones and you could eat there without getting out of swimwear which I hadn't come across before. Hubby and I went to Laugharne to see Dylan Thomas Boathouse. Worth a trip but don't eat in the cafe as it seems very overpriced. Manorbier Castle definitely worth a visit and the beach is lovely too. You can have a picnic there and get a cup of tea at the tearoom. Pembroke castle terrific. Walked round Carew castle and mill but didn't go in ( castled out by then!). Seemed nice and the walk round the lake was pleasant. Tenby is a great base to see lots of places and even if the weather isn't great, just get out and go for it - it rarely rains all day without ceasing. The Orangery is a great, quiet and pretty convenient place to stay. You'll have good calf muscles by the end with all the hills!”
- “Luxury living in a beautiful and conmenient location”
- “A wonderful and spacious well-appointed house with comfortable rooms and in a great location. Our party was ourselves, a teenager, a child and a toddler. Lots to do and see in the local area and near to lovely beaches.”
- “Amazing Hollywood style accommodation in Tenby!”
- “Absolutely amazing accommodation. Spotless in cleanliness. Good facilities, more than a home from home!”
- “A very luxurious holiday home - shame about the weather.”
- “What an amazing house! Very spacious indeed and beautifully furnished and comfortable. We really enjoyed our week here and although the weather was changeable, to say the least, it was nice to have such a nice place to come home to at the end of the day. The property was also fairly close to all amenities and the beach although it was a hit of a climb.”
- “A spacious and modern property, ideal for families.”
- “The Orangery was a spacious, well-equipped and modern property, excellently prepared by the owner. Good interior facilities, a nice garden which was enjoyed by our granddaughter especially and perfect for sharing with our daughter and son in law because of the space and the 2 bathrooms.It was very conveniently situated close to the North beach and all town amenities and had very good parking facilities. We also liked the slightly over the top pink colour as it made for a cheerful holiday home!.”
- “The main living area was wonderful. The main bedroom, and especially the bed, were amazing. Location is good and the house was lovely and peaceful, just what we wanted.”
- “The property is ideally located in a quiet cul-de-sac close to the beach and town centre. It has adequate parking for two vehicles and is spacious and well equipped. This is our second year staying at this property and we have already booked for next year. The owner is very obliging.”
- “The accommodation was perfect for our family's needs. Really clean, lots of space, well located and well kitted out. We cooked a roast dinner and the equipment in the kitchen was better than in our own kitchen! It was fantastic that the property had two cots and two high chairs, it enabled us to fit everything else in the car easily. The owner was easily contactable when we had a query and very friendly.”
- “An unusually large open area downstairs with two sets of french doors and beautiful drapes, big settees and dining table, huge mirrors all beautifully clean. Ditto the bedrooms and kitchen. The garden was colourful and the courtyard area was unusual and eye catching all very well kept up together. All in all a superb base to relax in, and to be able to walk into Tenby for an evening walk and meal was the icing on the cake. Would recommend without hesitation for all ages.”
- “We rent at least four cottage holidays a year and this property is definitely in our top ten. The size, layout and décor of the property is excellent and we would have no qualms in recommending this property to family and friends and will certainly come back again ourselves.”
About the location
Pembroke 11 miles.
The bustling seaside resort of Tenby, known within Wales as “The Jewel in the Crown,” is ideally located on Carmarthen Bay and its coastline is part of the stunning 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Enclosed by medieval walls, this beautiful town features a maze of cobbled streets, hosting an array of quirky shops, indoor locally-sourced food market, tea rooms and tempting restaurants. Almost three miles of stunning, Blue Flag-awarded beaches provide a variety of watersports, whilst walkers and cyclists can enjoy the local flora and fauna on the coastal paths, something the competitors of the world-renowned Tenby Iron-Man contest (held in mid-September) haven’t time for! A boat trip to Caldey Island is recommended to enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the monastery and island scenery, and you can enjoy seal and puffin sightings en-route! Explore the magnificent Tudor Merchant's House, or visit the nearby resorts of Saundersfoot or Manobier. For teens and younger visitors, Oakwood Theme Park provides a brilliant, fun-filled day out whilst Folly Farm offers everything from old-fashioned fairground rides to animals both local and exotic! The perfect location for an enjoyable and varied holiday.