The homely cottage of Habititabities is located in the heart of Tenby, part of the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where the water is warmed by the Gulf Stream and the county is one of the sunniest places in the UK.
Perfectly designed for families or a group of friends, with a spacious interior, the retreat is a wonderful addition to this seaside town, an enjoyable stay for both adults and children.
There is a lounge with an L-shaped sofa, where you can relax in comfort by the glow of the log burner.
Come together for lunch in the dining room, set up for ten people, well-appointed for the nicely equipped kitchen.
Upstairs, there are a collection of rooms to choose from, including a fabulous family room and zip/link style beds, should you wish to make use of this option.
Sit back and enjoy the sunshine in the lawned area resting to the side of the cottage with a refreshing drink.
Hosting an array of quirky shops, an indoor locally-sourced food market, tea rooms and tempting restaurants, Tenby is the place to be.
Almost three miles of Blue Flag-awarded beaches provide a variety of water sports, whilst walkers and cyclists can enjoy the local flora and fauna on the coastal paths.
Visit the nearby resorts of Saundersfoot or Manobier, or take a boat trip to Caldey Island to appreciate the beauty and tranquility of the monastery and island scenery.
A varied destination with much to see in and around the area.
About the location
Pembroke 11 miles; Carmarthen 26 miles.
The bustling seaside resort of Tenby, known within Wales as “The Jewel in the Crown", is majestically positioned on the spectacularly beautiful 'Welsh Riviera'. Tenby is part of the stunning 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast National Park where the water is warmed by the Gulf Stream and the county is one of the sunniest places in the UK. 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.
Note: The woodburner in photographs is for decorative purposes only