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Gumfreston Hotel and Rose Cottage

Tenby Hotel and Holiday Cottage Sleeps 1 to 22, 9 bedrooms £35 to £45 per night

Helen welcomes you to Gumfreston Hotel, a fine Victorian house situated in a quiet residential street, in the historic town of Tenby.

Accommodation

We are a small, family run hotel having 9 en-suite bedrooms, all are non-smoking with tea/coffee facilities, digital TV and Central Heating.

A delicious cooked breakfast to start your day following a comfortable night's sleep. We also cater for vegetarians if informed in advance and use fresh local produce wherever possible.

Smoking is not permitted in the hotel in line with Welsh government legislation and we have a policy of no pets.

We have an excellent reputation, enjoying the company of many returning guests and looking forward to welcoming new ones.

Parking is provided either on road or within car park, some 30 yards from the hotel.

Rose Cottage (Self Catering sleeps 4)

Welcome to Rose Cottage, a light and spacious Victorian cottage situated in a quiet residential street, in the historic town of Tenby. Rose Cottage sleeps 4 guests, having 3 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms.

Centrally heated, the property combines period features such as welsh slate dining room floor and wooden lounge and bedroom floors, with modern comforts, including a modern kitchen and range cooker that is in keeping with the style of the cottage.

Smoking is not permitted in the cottage in line with Welsh Government legislation and we have a policy of no pets. Parking is provided either on road or within car park, some 30 yards from the cottage.

The cottage is one short street from Tenby's superb, golden beaches, as well as its quaint narrow streets with its local shops. Also we are within walking distance of all outdoor activities Tenby has to offer and an ideal base for exploring Pembrokeshire.

Local Attractions

The hotel and cottage is a few minutes walk from Tenby's superb, golden beaches, as well as its quaint narrow streets with its local shops. Also we are within walking distance of all outdoor activities Tenby has to offer.

Tenby, the medieval walled town within the Pembrokeshire National Park, is steeped in history. At its centre stands the beautifully preserved 13th century parish church of St Mary, whose majestic spire is a landmark to all travellers arriving in Tenby on foot, by sea, train or car.

Tenby's ancient harbour is afloat with pleasure craft throughout the holiday season, vessels for fishing trips and others ferry visitors to or around Caldey Island. Tenby offers four beautiful safe, sandy beaches, ideal for family enjoyment.