Overlooking Tenby's old fishing Harbour
On the cliffs above Tenby's sheltered, sunny North Beach, Fourcroft looks spectacularly over the old fishing harbour and across Carmarthen Bay.
Though only five minutes walk from the mediaeval walled town centre, with its quaint alleys, little shops, art galleries and workshops, ancient churches and pubs, Fourcroft is on a quiet no-through road, part of the 186 mile (290km) Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Coastal Footpath, voted by National Geographic Magazine judges in 2010 to be the second best coastline... in the world. Private paths from the hotel lead down to the beach through several levels of beautiful landscaped gardens.
Fourcroft forms part of a Listed Georgian terrace, built over 180 years ago as individual summer houses. Over the seventy years and three generations of family ownership, Fourcroft has been consistently upgraded to become one of Tenby's most luxurious hotels. And we have just been accredited with Green Key status, one of the first in Wales.
Most of our 40 bedrooms overlook the bay. All of them offer an extensive range of facilities to ensure your comfort: ensuite bathroom, radio and T.V., central heating, tea and coffee bar, hair dryer, direct dial telephone. A lift runs from the first half landing.