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Description

The Southcliff is a family-oriented hotel located only one street away from Tenby’s South Beach. This historic Victorian building was built back in 1879 which brings a lot of character and charm to the hotel. The friendly team at Southcliff Hotel ensure that all guests have a warm and welcome stay.

A large public car park is just around the corner and the Train station is close by. In just two minutes you can be on the sands of the South Beach or wandering through the walled town of Tenby.

A Continental Breakfast will be served in your room with a choice of breakfast sandwiches and toasties. On arrival, you will be shown to your room and left with the keys, one for your room and the other for our large black front door, so you can come and go at your pleasure.

We are a family-oriented Bed and Breakfast and expect all our guests to show a high level of mutual respect to other guests.

The medieval town walls are only a minutes’ walk away and once inside the walls there is a labyrinth of shops and restaurants to discover, walk down to the harbour and you can book a boat trip to Caldey Island to see the monks or try your hand at fishing on a mackerel trip or go on a trip around Caldey island to see the seals.

For the walkers, there is a lovely walkout to Saundersfoot hugging the coastline and a regular bus for an easy ride back. There is the natural beauty of the seashore and to watch the sunset in summer is unforgettable.

All the beaches of Tenby have been awarded blue flag status so grab a bucket and spade and enjoy the simple things in life or you can get fitted with a wet suit and get on a bodyboard to enjoy the waves.

Tenby offers a wide range of entertainment for any age and The Southcliff is a well-located base for a holiday or break.

The Southcliff offers the best rates if you book via their website directly, rather than going through a third party booking website.

There is a paid car park right next to this hotel which is always helpful.

Location

Victoria Street, Tenby, SA70 7DY, United Kingdom

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