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Just spent a weekend at St Lawrence's GH in Tenby. Phil & Pip were so warm and welcoming. Lovely place - burning log fire, cozy armchairs and a fun couple, very human, full of stories and a real pleasure to be around. It was sub-zero...More
Pippa and Philip give service above expectation. The information about the surroundings, the car ride into Tenby to show us the town and take us to the restaurant done by Pippa, which they booked when we arrived, the welcome back in the evenings are just...More
My partner and I stayed for 4 nights in mid October. We were welcomed and encouraged to treat it like our own home. Phillip and Pip like to make the distinction between a simple B&B and a Guesthouse where you are their guest. It really...More
A small fridge was provided in the room with complimentary water and fresh milk each day. The breakfast table was laden with the largest selection of goodies we have seen in the UK, including Philip's home made bread and preserves, especially nice were the home...More
From previous reviews we knew that Phil and Pippa would be very gracious hosts. But nothing prepared us for the extremes they would go to make their guests feel so special!
Phil personally drove us into town that first night to ensure we knew where...More
My husband and I own St Lawrence Guest House. Regarding the questions from "Lankylass":St Lawrence House has got plenty of parking, mostly in front of the house but there is also additional parking at the lower level at the... More
My husband and I own St Lawrence Guest House. Regarding the questions from "Lankylass":St Lawrence House has got plenty of parking, mostly in front of the house but there is also additional parking at the lower level at the side of the house.
St Lawrence is 1.5 miles from Tenby, and Tenby itself has 4 beaches. Although technically feasible to walk from St Lawrence House to the beach, it isn't practical and not advised as there is no footpath alongside the road, and cross-country is marshland which can be quite boggy. It will take you no more than 10 minutes to drive to South Beach Car Park, park up and get on the sand, though!