Tenby House can be found at the lower end of Tudor Square right in the heart of the town. The site was originally constructed in 1802 as a home for Sir William Paxton, who was also instrumental in developing Tenby into a regency bathing spa. Many of the fine features of the original house are still present today.
Tenby House offers 18 en-suite bedrooms, decorated in a style to compliment the Regency period of the building.
Paxton's Bistro is situated at the rear of Tenby House and offers a wide selection of hot and cold meals, both at lunchtime and in the evening. All meals are prepared using local Pembrokeshire produce where possible.
The large, lively bar welcomes families and is complimented by a large outdoor courtyard, perfect for enjoying the sunshine during the day, or relaxing in the evening. Paxton's is available for private parties, buffets and other fuctions.
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Yet again Tenby has been getting fantastic reviews in the press for its picturesque scenary, amazing coastline and beautiful beaches. Twice in July 2013 the Guardian has mentioned Tenby in two articles relating to the beaches in Pembrokeshire. Check these articles out if you are planning a trip to Tenby and the surrounding areas: The Guardian: Searching for the perfect beach in Pembrokeshire and secondly: The Guardian: Top 10 "secret" beaches in Wales.