Coastal hotel overlooking Carmarthen Bay in south-west Wales
Situated in a quaint seaside town in Pembrokeshire, the Fourcroft Hotel Tenby is an ideal destination for those looking to enjoy the sights and sounds of south-west Wales and the beautiful coastline.
Guests visiting the 3-star establishment will be delighted with the views offered by this prime cliff-top location. Overlooking the towns harbour as well as Carmarthen Bay, the hotel is surrounded by stunning scenery, including world-renowned beaches and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Walk.
Each of the hotels 40 guestrooms features en-suite bathroom, television, telephone, radio, tea and coffee making facilities, and central heating. Those with mobility issues will be pleased to find a lift. Most of the rooms come complete with a bay view, adding an extra element of enjoyment to any stay.
The hotel features a heated outdoor swimming pool, operational during the summer months, as well as an indoor spa pool and sauna. A games room, which features table tennis, oversized chess, bowls, and a number of other games, is perfect for families that visit the establishment.
A restaurant, which again overlooks the coast, serves a traditional cooked breakfast in the morning, and then a varied menu at lunch and dinner. The hotel garden proves an enjoyable locale for relaxing or getting together with other guests. Throughout the year a series of jazz brunches are held in which guests are able to dine whilst listening to live jazz music.
A pair of multifunctional meeting rooms, complete with audio-visual equipment, internet access, and stationary, allows for corporate guests to utilise the hotel for business purposes. The hotel also caters for weddings and other celebratory events.
Thanks to its fantastic location, the Fourcroft Hotel Tenby allows for guests to enjoy the town of Tenby itself as well as the surrounding landscapes. First on travellers checklists should be the four kilometres of sandy beaches, which prove popular with anybody that visits the area.
The town is surrounded by a medieval town wall which makes for an interesting landmark. The arched Barbican gate is a popular tourist destination. Many of the towns shops are aimed at tourists which means finding that souvenir to take home shouldnt prove too much of a problem.
Those with assured sea legs might enjoy a boat trip to Caldey Island which lies just off of the mainland. As well as housing a small village, the island also features a monastery, chapel, abbey, and lighthouse. Those with rubbery legs might like to visit St. Catherines Island, which is accessible via foot at low tide. Although the fort that can be found on the island is no longer operational, nesting birds make this an enjoyable location.
As well as stunning scenery on its doorstep, guests at the hotel can also venture further out and visit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, one of three National Parks in Wales, or venture along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, a trail that covers some 300km of Welsh coastline. Along the way visitors can enjoy plenty of stunning scenery and witness natural wildlife habitats.
After all of that fresh air, a comfortable sleep at the Fourcroft Hotel Tenby will be just the tonic.