Tenby House, situated on the south side of Tudor Square, has the proud history of being the Tenby home of Sir William Paxton. Originally a medieval coaching-inn known as "The Globe Inn", this site was developed by Sir William Paxton in 1802 as his home, following his return from India where he made his fortune as a trading merchant. Many of the fine features which he incorporated into the building have been preserved in the Hotel's recent tasteful renovation and upgrading of facilities.
The serviced accommodation is of a high standard, with eighteen en-suite bedrooms. The decor and soft furnishings have been carefully selected to echo the grandeur and style of the Regency building. Some of our rooms adjoin a grand balcony which overlooks Tudor Square, the heart of the town. Tenby House has all the facilities the guest expects for a comfortable and memorable visit.
Good food is assured, with hot and cold meals available at lunch time and in the evenings. Paxton's Bistro offers a wide range of cuisine, using Pembrokeshire produce where possible. Renowned for locally caught seafood and prime welsh steaks, and our home made dishes of the day. Reasonably priced wines to compliment your meal. Teas and Coffees always available.
"Paxtons" is available for weddings, buffet receptions, private parties and small conferences. Please call us to discuss your requirements.
Dinbych-y-Pysgod - The 'Little Town of the Fishes' Tenby is both a medieval walled town and one of Wales' favourite seaside resorts, in the only coastal National Park in Britain. Its ancient harbour, surrounded by Regency houses in pastel colours, is a focus for artists and photographers and its four sheltered beaches and safe bathing waters attract families, with water sports for the energetic. Golfing, shooting, quad biking and riding are all available nearby.