Ashby House, Victoria Street, Tenby.

Welcome to Ashby House, Victoria Street, Tenby, Pembrokeshire . Run personally by the owner Lisa Jones, this is an informal and friendly Guest House offering bed and breakfast accommodation, Lisa is continuing the reputation built up by the previous owners for quality of service, cleanliness, comfort – and a superb breakfast!

Ideally situated in Victoria Street, 50 yards from the magnificent South Beach and a few minutes walk to the Town Centre and other local amenities, close by is the Rectory Car Park.

Our seven bedrooms (which are available to you at all times) are furnished to a high standard and provide you with all the creature comforts: central heating, colour television, hair dryer, radio/alarm clocks, tea & coffee facilities and free Wi-Fi. Six of the bedrooms are en-suite, and the seventh has separate private facilities. Ashby’s attractive beamed dining room has individual tables; breakfast may be  taken between 8.00 and 9.30 am

Tenby is the perfect base from which to enjoy the area’s rugged beauty and coastline, the invigorating sea air, walks, bird-watching or just the place to relax.

Whether you’re on a business trip, touring, a family break or simply looking for a weekend away, book in  at the Ashby, then look forward to returning again and again to your Tenby holiday.

Ashby aerial location...

Tenby (Welsh: Dinbych-y-pysgod, meaning little town of the fishes or little fortress of the fish) is a walled seaside town in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales, on the west side of Carmarthen Bay. Notable features of Tenby include 2.5 miles (4.0 km) of sandy beaches; the 13th century medieval town walls, including the Five Arches barbican gatehouse; the 15th century St. Mary’s Church; the Tudor Merchant’s HouseTenby Museum and Art Gallery; and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, part of Wales’ only coastal National Park. Boats sail from Tenby’s harbour to the offshore monastic Caldey Island, while St Catherine’s Island is linked to the town at low tide. The town is served by Tenby railway station. Tenby has seen many changes but it has been on the leisure map for nearly 200 years. And with all that experience the people of Tenby certainly know how to offer each and every visitor an unforgettable time. A recent Which? report said “Tenby was one of the UK’s finest holiday resorts, with a medieval centre and three gorgeous Blue Flag beaches” The three beaches are – The  North Beach facing east and is nicely sheltered if the prevailing south westerly wind is blowing. –  Castle Beach faces south and also has high cliffs backing it, – South Beach stretches uninterrupted for a mile to Giltar Point and is perfect for all sorts of beach games like volleyball. – In between North Beach and Castle Beach is the picturesque harbour, which also has a sandy beach. The harbour is clean and sheltered so is a good place for toddlers.

All slider photos © Gareth Davies Photography except Tenby from the South Beach © Alan Reid