Pembrokeshire coastal hotel ideal for business or pleasure
Overlooking the south beach and the Island of Caldey, the Giltar Hotel Tenby offers guests a truly stunning vista that challenges that of many of the UKs other coastal reports.
The small south-west Wales town of Tenby is surrounded by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, making it an idyllic setting for those that wish to step away from city life and enjoy the Welsh natural environment.
The 3-star establishments 61 guestrooms all feature stylish en-suite bathrooms as well as digital TV and radio, direct dial telephone, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities. Many of the rooms have recently been refurbished to enhance guests levels of comfort and enjoyment. Superior rooms offer a larger space as well as a few added extras, such as king size beds and bay windows perfect for admiring the coastal view.
As well as accommodating leisure guests, the hotel also caters for business guests. A range of meeting rooms can seat up to 100 delegates, which makes this a suitable location for meetings, conferences, seminars, away days, or even team building activities. Designated planners can ensure in advance that the necessary audio-visual equipment, stationary, and room layout is available at the required time.
These conference rooms also serve as function rooms suitable for weddings and other celebratory events. Again a specialised coordinator can oversee that every need is met. With its coastal location, the hotel offers a unique wedding experience.
The Giltar Hotel Tenby also features a restaurant, which like many of the other parts of the hotel, faces out on the coastline and the Island of Caldeys old monastery. The menu concentrates on traditional and local dishes with most meat and game being sourced from within the region. The Pembrokeshire coastline is a fine source of fish and seafood. The main lounge is a perfect place to sit and enjoy the view.
Guests at the hotel can choose to play a round of golf at the Tenby Golf Club at a discounted rate thanks to its ties with the hotel.
Points of interest within Tenby itself include the Roman walls and the five arched Gate tower. Visitors can take a boat trip to Caldey Island and admire the chapel, abbey, monastery, and lighthouse. St. Catherines Island, which connects to the mainland at low tide, is mostly disused now but does feature a thriving bird population that chooses to nest on the jutted rock land.
The beaches themselves are a popular destination, and some of the best in the whole world. With four kilometres of sandy beaches, Tenby is one of the finest unspoiled seaside resorts in the UK.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a fine place for anybody looking to stretch their legs. As part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park its ideal for those that are looking for a short stroll or those a little more comfortable with long hikes. Its also fashionable with cyclists and mountain-bikers.
Set amongst such scenic landscapes and with a calming atmosphere, its hard to imagine how any visitor to the Giltar Hotel Tenby could feel anything but enjoyment during their stay.