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The room was quite small and rather dated but spotlessly clean. The bed was the most comfortable I've slept in, including ny own. Breakfast was lovely and we had a fantastic sea view so, all in all, good.
Stayed here on Saturday as our friends got married. Our room had an absolute beautiful view of the beech. The room was clean and fully facilitated. However, the bed was not very comfortable and pillows were flat. The receptionist was not welcoming with a very...More
We have just stayed for a week in Tenby with Gee Vees and our lovely driver Colin
[ the best we've ever had ] We had a lovely sea view room, worth paying the extra for
and our bed was clean and comfortable.
Charming and we'll run hotel with nightly live entertainment.
We had a double room with beach & sea views fantastic.
Staff were warm, welcoming and very helpful. Nothing was too much trouble
Even with fussy people like us.
Landing areas were a bit dated but...More
We telephoned to book and at first they were dubious about taking twelve women! When we explained we were aged from forty to seventy it was ok! We checked in after two some of the girls had tiny rooms but nice views me and my...More
Hello, yes we do have a lift but it stops at half landings, that means to get to the lift there is 9 steps and from the lift to a floor there are an additional 9 steps. We do not recommend ourself to people with mobility... More
Hello, yes we do have a lift but it stops at half landings, that means to get to the lift there is 9 steps and from the lift to a floor there are an additional 9 steps. We do not recommend ourself to people with mobility problems. We do have a couple of rooms on the first floor with walk in showers. I hope this helps. Thank you
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"Rooms on the 4th floor might be best avoided in the Spring and Summer to avoid Seagull noise"