Fourcroft Hotel

  • Tenby Hotel
  • Sleeps 1 to 90, 40 bedrooms
  • £75 to £160 per night

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On the cliffs above Tenby's sheltered, sunny North Beach, Fourcroft looks spectacularly over the old fishing harbour and across Carmarthen Bay.

Though only five minutes walk from the mediaeval walled town centre, with its quaint alleys, little shops and ancient churches and pubs, Fourcroft is on a quiet no-through road, part of the 186 mile (290km) Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Coastal Footpath. See our 360 degree 'bubble' views.

Private paths from the hotel lead down to the beach through several levels of beautiful landscaped gardens.

Fourcroft forms part of a Listed Georgian terrace, built over 175 years ago as individual summer houses.

Over the 65 years and three generations of family ownership, Fourcroft has been consistently upgraded to become one of Tenby's most luxurious hotels.


Most of our 40 bedrooms overlook the bay. All of them offer an extensive range of facilities to ensure your comfort: ensuite bathroom, radio and TV, central heating, tea and coffee bar, hair dryer, direct dial telephone. A lift runs from the first half landing.

Our lounges and Ossie Morgan's restaurant also overlook the sea. All our food, featuring local produce, is freshly prepared by skilled chefs familiar with a seaside appetite.

Our traditional cooked breakfasts, exciting bar meals and delicious dinner menus cater for all tastes, including vegetarian.

And with your meal, perhaps a glass or bottle of wine from our cellars stocked with an interesting selection from the Old and New Worlds.

Our Hollywood Bar, where you can sit next to the Stars, offers everything from Fine Ales to local Mineral Water.

All the castles, museums, gardens, aquaria, craft-workshops and activity attractions west of Cardiff and south of Aberystwyth are within easy visiting distance.

Within walking distance is Wales' oldest golf course; there are also tennis, bowling, horse riding, sailing, fishing, scuba diving, wind surfing, coasteering, bird watching, sea cruises and coach excursions. And, amongst the many gardens in West Wales, the National Botanic Garden of Wales at Middleton Hall, Llanarthne, near Carmarthen, features the world's largest single span glass structure.

Our Map Room, overflowing with information, will show you how to find them all.


Fourcroft Hotel

Tenby hotel

North Beach
Pembrokeshire SA70 8AP