Change to check-in/check-out times
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have temporarily adjusted our check-in to 5:30pm and check-out to 9:30am. Thank you for your understanding.
We are working with all our property owners to ensure property cleanliness and hygiene standards are consistently met. The owners of Seaways have been advised on the latest NHS and government guidelines.
You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones. Plus have piece of mind that this property has an enclosed garden for added security and privacy.
This property also has contactless entry, meaning you do not need to be physically greeted by the owner to receive the keys to enter this property.
Check-in from 6:30PM and Check out by 10:30AM
Seaways was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Seaways too!
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This semi-detached period property has everything you could ask for from a holiday cottage in one of Wales' top seaside destinations. The property itself is a large, resplendent Victorian house with large bay windows and character features spread liberally across the two large floors. The generous-sized bedrooms are fit for a family stay and the living space is a great place to relax. Seaways is the perfect accommodation for truly taking in this popular, ancient walled town with its four beautiful beaches and bustling, colourful working harbour. This property also comes with a single 'Y Penfro' transferable Car Parking Permit for free parking in Pembrokeshire County Council long stay car parks in Tenby and across Pembrokeshire.
4 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8 (6 adults only) all on the first floor.
Master double with front park aspect with a large bay window letting in the morning light, a double bed, mirrors, and a pedestal wash hand basin.
The second bunk bedroom also has the same front park aspect, and is the perfect children's bedroom, comprising of two pine bunk beds, a small dresser, and a pedestal wash hand basin.
The twin room also faces the rear of the property with a large window providing ample light. Two single beds are flanked by bedside tables, and a dresser and wardrobe provide unpacking space, with a pedestal wash hand basin and mirror.
Along the spacious landing and down a few steps, the other double room is located at the very rear of the property and is brightly decorated with rich mustard hues. There is a double bed, bedside tables with lamps, a wardrobe, and a pedestal wash hand basin with a mirror.
Adjacent to the second double room is the large family bathroom, with WC, wash hand basin, and generously sized, P-shaped bath with shower overhead.
Down the beautiful Victorian staircase with a polished wood balustrade, the traditional entrance hall leads to its immediate right into the stunning open plan lounge-kitchen-diner. This fantastic space allows for communal living, with two three-seater sofas and two comfortable chairs facing the stunning fireplace and alcoves, and the brand new SMART TV and Amazon Echo Dot providing the entertainment. An impressively large bay window allows light to filter through this wonderful open space and into the kitchen-diner beyond.
The kitchen fits neatly along one wall of this open-plan cooking and dining space and is furnished with a double oven with four hobs, a double sink with a drying rack, a dishwasher and all crockery and cutlery. A microwave and large fridge-freezer sit in the alcoves on the other side of the room, across from the beautiful, large wooden dining table with chairs - the perfect place for family meals. On warmer days, why not open the patio doors to let in some sea air?
Back out through the entrance hall and towards the rear of the property, you'll find the sitting room, tucked away in a more peaceful location within the property. The large corner sofa is really inviting, the perfect place for reading books or taking well-earned naps. The Flat Screen TV with Amazon Fire Stick means that this is also the ideal cinema space!
Beyond this space is a well-equipped utility room where the boiler is tucked away. There's also a stainless steel sink within a base unit and a washer-dryer, as well as a door that accesses the courtyard patio beyond.
In a door between these amenities, you'll find the downstairs shower room, equipped with a shower, WC and wash hand basin, and a large mirror.
Small paved outdoor patio area with a small table and two chairs for morning coffee in the sun, and a larger outdoor dining table and 6 chairs set with large parasol and BBQ for al fresco dining under the pretty fairy lights.
Short breaks - minimum 3 nights during winter only (excluding Christmas and New Year)
Dogs - Yes, 1 dog free
Changeover Day - Friday
Bedlinen - Yes
Cot - Yes available on request, please bring own cot linen
Highchair - Yes available on request
Fuel - Gas central heating included
Parking - Parking Permit provided for 1 car, on-street parking and car parks available within walking distance (charges may apply).
Please note the check-in times for this property are as follows: check-in is from 6.30pm and check out by 10.30am.
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, certain facilities at some of our properties may not be deliverable. This may include - but is not limited to - swimming pools, hot tubs, and some shared communal areas. If you have a specific enquiry, please contact us by email here. Thank you for your understanding.
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Very well located property - super close to the beach and town - within a few minutes walk. Great property with young kids and the owner was very easy to contact for advise. House was a bit tired but otherwise nice.
Super location Very clean and tidy Spacious rooms and more than one bathroom/ loo Outdoor seating Good quality home entertainment
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Tenby is one of Wales's most popular seaside destinations, and Seaways is within a fantastic location for exploring the ancient walled town. There is so much more to this pastel-coloured harbour town than buckets and spades; named in Welsh as 'fortlet of the fish', this fantastic natural harbour has been invaded by Vikings and enclosed by medieval walls. St Catherine's island sits just within walking distance of the beach in low tide and is home to its Palmerston fort, constructed due to the threat of invasion by Napoleon III. You might well recognise it as the dramatic location of the final episode of Sherlock.
The bustling harbour in Tenby offers boat trips, fishing trips and the opportunity to visit Caldey Island. Less than a mile from Tenby's coast, Caldey is most famous for being one of the holy islands of the UK. The island has long been home to the Cistercian Monks of Caldey Abbey, who now create and sell their own perfume and chocolate to sustain the Abbey and its needs. The island is also home to another unique inhabitant - following a rat eradication program, red squirrels now thrive on the island. It's also a beautiful green island and many people visit during the summer months in the hope of spotting seals, dolphins, and rare sea birds including the largest colony of cormorants in the UK.
Tenby boasts 3 fantastic beaches North Beach, South Beach and Castle Beach all of which won coveted Blue Flag Awards in 2020 whilst Tenby's Harbour Beach is another small, yet stunningly picturesque beach on Tenby's central Harbour Bay. All these beaches are great spots for walking, hiking up to the coastal path, swimming or just lazing under your hat, taking in the spectacular views out across islands, peninsulas and out towards the Gower in South Wales. These beaches are particularly popular as they're not far from an ice cream stand or a fish and chip shop and offer a traditional British holiday. They are also fully accessible with parking and toilets, meaning they're suitable for everyone.
If you're looking for something to delight the kids once they've built all the sandcastles they're able, then the Dinosaur Park is sure to be a pleasant surprise. With karts, boats, mini-golf, safari rides, soft play for little ones, and different types of dinosaurs peeking around every corner, this is a day out for the whole family. Cafes and coffee shops are available on-site, which is a mere 3 miles from your property.
Equally popular with children and adults is Heatherton World of Activities. Probably better suited to older children, this is an award-winning, adrenaline-filled activity centre. Its main activities include a full golf course, crazy golf, paintballing, archery, and clay shooting, but the activities vary each season and it's an exciting and competitive way of spending an afternoon playing family games.
For a day trip with a difference, why not visit St Govan's chapel Located within an army tank firing range (and only open to the public on days when not firing - check online before you leave), St Govan's chapel is wedged into the limestone cliffs at St Govan's Head and was built in the thirteenth century by a monk. Legend has it that if you count the steps on the way down and then again on the way back up, the number will never be the same!
Just 7 miles north of Tenby is the small coastal cove of Amroth, with its beautiful sandy blue-flag beach which stretches the length of the village, ending at a lovely seaside pub. At low tide, the petrified forest dating back 7,000 years can be seen. For more blooming evergreens, why not walk the gorgeous estate trail 3/4 of a mile into the Colby estate to see the azaleas, bluebells, camellias, daffodils, magnolias and rhododendrons, along with wildflowers in the meadow, that makeup the National Trust owned Colby Woodland Gardens.
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