Hafod y Môr is the name of the spacious Georgian house overlooking the beautiful popular town of Tenby.
This self-catering accommodation consists 4 apartments – Waldo (Flat 3) sleeps 9; Dewi Emrys (Flat 2) sleeps maximum 7; Crwys (Flat 1) sleeps maximum 4; and Harbwr (Flat 4) sleeps maximum 5.
The magnificent views of Tenby harbour are to be seen from each of the four flats.
This spacious flat shares its main entrance with the two flats below, Dewi Emrys (Flat 2) and Crwys (Flat 3). The flat occupies the 3rd and 4th floor of the house. While the views over the harbour are magnificent, the number of steps in Waldo may make it unsuitable for the elderly. On the first floor there is a large open plan kitchen, dining and living room. On this floor there is a bathroom with a bath and shower, and a double bedroom with vanity unit. On the second floor there are two twin bedrooms with vanity units in each, one triple bedroom, and a second bathroom with a bath and shower.
Dewi Emrys flat shares its main entrance with Waldo (Flat 3) above, and Crwys (Flat 1) below.
The flat occupies the first and second floors of Hafod y Môr. On the first floor there is a kitchen and a large sitting room with a double sofa bed that can sleep two people.
There are French doors leading from the living room to an outside veranda overlooking Tenby harbour.
On the second floor of the flat, there is a shower room and a large bathroom with bath and shower, a twin bedroom and a bedroom with a queen bed and a single bed.
Crwys flat shares its main entrance with the two flats above, Waldo and Dewi Emrys.
The flat is based on the ground floor and the only stairs within the flat are those leading to the bedroom which includes one double bed.
There is a shower room and a large living room including a double sofabed, with a dining area and kitchen.
The living room looks over Tenby harbour and the French doors open to a balcony leading down stairs to the patio shared with Harbwr flat below.
Harbwr’s main entrance is found by following some external stairs in front of Hafod y Môr, this is its main private entrance.
The door opens to a long corridor, its original flagstone floor has been kept and brimming with history. There is the one bedroom including a double bed and also one single bed, there is a shower room and a large room with a kitchen, dining area and a living area including a double sofabed, this room leads out to the patio shared with the above flat, Crwys.
There is patio furniture outdoors and wonderful views of the harbour and of the sunrise.
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New Transport Hub for Tenby 2015: Who knew 300,000 people une Tenby bus services every year? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-west-wales-33614637