Five Star award from the Wales Tourist Board, 'Visit Wales'
           Rectory Court             
Four Star award from the Wales Tourist Board, 'Visit Wales'
Rectory Court
2013
  Maes y Coed
2013


         Tenby is a truly delightful town which has been a famous and well loved holiday resort for the last two hundred years.

Goscar Rock and Tenby Harbour
North Beach and North Cliff, Tenby

         Wandering through the quaint old streets you come across fantastic sea and coastal views as well as the clean golden beaches (European blue star awards).



         You will find your way to the ancient harbour overlooked by a ruined Norman castle where you can laze away time watching the fishing boats at high tide. Twenty minutes by boat and you reach the monastery island of Caldey, a very special place to while away a day. On your way back you will sail past a Napoleonic fort set on St. Catherine’s Island. Have a coffee in one of the many restaurants overlooking the sea before you head back to your luxury accommodation. This town really does have it all.

         We have two self catering properties of a very high standard for hire. Visit Wales is the official body responsible for tourism in Wales and in 2013 we were delighted to have been awarded five stars for Rectory Court ( described as “excellent” and “exceptional”) and four stars for Maes y Coed ( described as “excellent” and would have achieved five stars if it had a bath in addition to the shower). In addition to the quality of the properties we try very hard to make the information on our web site informative and accurate. We live in Tenby and are able to attend to any problems very quickly, not that we normally get any! We keep our pricing as competitive as possible and can always undercut the big letting agencies since we pay them no commission. Just look at some of our guests’ comments to judge the quality of the service and accommodation we offer.

         We can only find eight other five star properties in Tenby at the moment and they are all flats, some without private parking, some within the pedestrianized zone with the attendant problems of noise and inaccessibility. Rectory Court is the only five star house with parking that we can find.



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The 5 star award from Visit Wales

6, Rectory Court
St. John's Hill, Tenby, Pembrokeshire.

(Two bedrooms sleeping 2 to 4 plus baby)

The front of 6, Rectory Court.

Rectory Court


          We think that this house will make an ideal base for your holiday. It is a link house, so to all intents it is a detached house joined to the neighbouring property only by the garage. It is situated in a very quiet, peaceful cul-de-sac yet is only four minutes walk from the North Beach from where one has fine views over the North Beach, harbour, Castle Hill and the town. Just fifty yards or so further brings you to the bustle of the town centre and harbour areas with many restaurants, art galleries, pubs with good pub food and all the other attractions within the Town Walls.

          A big advantage of this property is that it is outside the pedestrianised zone which means that you can gain access at all times by car whereas cars are banned within the Old Town between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. during the summer months. You can imagine the problems this causes guests whose accommodation lies within the Town Walls. Our guests will be able to use their cars whenever they wish and also to have the pleasure of knowing that the car is safely parked in a lockable garage whilst still enjoying the cafe culture of the traffic free zone. This is a very rare advantage so close to the town centre and very few properties are able to offer it. The railway and bus stations are about ten minutes walk away. Within a short distance there is a shop where groceries can be bought. There is a Sainsbury supermarket within easy walking distance. In fact you do not really need your car; leave it in the garage all week and have a relaxing time free of it! In fact, all that Tenby has to offer is within easy walking distance. Alternatively, the private parking makes this property ideal for guests who want to tour whilst using Tenby as a civilised base.

          The gas central heating (included in the price, as are all fuel charges) will make this property particularly attractive and cosy for those guests who want a refreshing winter break in Tenby.

          The house itself has been furnished and decorated to a very high standard with modern furniture and light neutral colour schemes. The entrance hall (large enough for pushchairs etc.) leads to the comfortable lounge with colour T.V., video/DVD player radio and cassette player. Bring your favourite music and the children's DVDs. There is a leather settee and easy chairs. From the lounge access can be gained to the enclosed courtyard which is an ideal place for young children to play in safety. This courtyard has a barbecue and outdoor table and chairs. Off the entrance hall is the kitchen/diner equipped with modern light coloured kitchen units and all you would expect from a modern well-equipped kitchen including a dishwasher, microwave oven and fridge. We don't want you to spend your holiday cooking but if you have to then this kitchen will make it a pleasure. There is also a table and seating for four people. The window looks out over the trees in this very quiet and peaceful cul-de-sac. Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor where the pleasantly tiled bathroom is located containing a toilet, wash basin and bath with a shower. There are two bedrooms both furnished and decorated to a high standard with good quality beds: one five foot double in one room and two three foot singles in the other. The garage, 17ft x 8ft (width of the garage door is 7ft), contains a deep freeze. One door leads to the enclosed courtyard and another to the entrance hall of the house. In front of the house there is also a private parking area for one car.



Rectory Court bedroom
 
The kitchen
A bedroom at 6 Rectory Court   The kitchen
 
A corner of the lounge at Rectory Court
 
Another view of the lounge
A corner of the lounge   Another view of the lounge
 
The entrance to the lounge and the hall at Rectory Court
 
The lounge at 6 Rectory Court
The lounge & hall   The lounge at Rectory Court
 
The bathroom at Rectory Court
 
The outlook from the kitchen at 6 Rectory Court
The Bathroom   Outlook from the kitchen
 
View of Rectory Court from the cul-de-sac
 
The front of 6 Rectory Court
View of the cul-de-sac   The front of 6 Rectory Court

In Brief:

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Four minutes walk to the North Beach
  • Six minutes walk to the town centre
  • Modern and quiet
  • Close to all amenities
  • Central heating
  • Cot and high chair provided
  • Fridge
  • Microwave oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Deep freeze
  • Hair dryer
  • 32" flatscreen Panasonic television
  • DVD player
  • Radio
  • Barbecue
  • Garage
  • Off road parking
  • Bed linen free of charge
  • Beds are made up for your arrival
  • Bath towels are provided
  • Excellent base for your holiday
  • Visit Wales 5 star award given in 2013
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Sorry, no pets

The 5 star award from Visit Wales

6, Rectory Court had a Five Star grade from Visit Wales in 2013.
'Five Star' is defined as 'excellent'and 'exceptional' by Visit Wales.


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The 4 star award from Visit Wales

Maes-y-Coed Apartment
10 Lady Park, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 8JH

(Sleeps 2 - 4, plus cot)

The lounge at Maes-y Coed.

View of the lounge at Maes-y-Coed.


          This superb apartment has been purpose built and equipped to a very high standard and offers roomy, comfortable and totally self-contained (your own entrance, not shared) accommodation with complete privacy set in very pleasant grounds about twenty minutes walk from the beaches and town centre. The Welsh name (pronounced “mice er koid”) means “field of trees” and the name is quite a good guide since all you can see from the apartment are trees and greenery. We are fortunate to be able to offer private parking within the grounds which is quite rare in letting properties in Tenby and also of course you will not be hampered by the traffic ban which exists daily (10 a.m. till 5 p.m.) within the Old Town during the main summer months. This ban makes life difficult for residents but is a delight for people who have accommodation outside the Town Walls and who can as a result use their cars at any time of the day.

          We think this apartment is particularly good for walkers since it is set within the famous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the one hundred and ninety mile long coastal path can be accessed just a short walk from the property. The National Park also runs a shuttle service to take you further afield, dropping you at one point and picking you up further along the path. For the less energetic you can spend a surprising amount of time just strolling the harbour and beaches or enjoying a meal or a coffee in one of the many restaurants scattered throughout the town, many with breath-taking views over the bay and Caldey Island. Most of the pubs offer meals.

          The approach to the apartment is via a very easy flight of garden steps which lead you to the front door and also the very pleasant patio area with a garden table, chairs and a barbecue. The entrance is tiled with Welsh quarry tiles as are the kitchen and bathroom. The rest is carpeted in a pleasant neutral colour. The lounge is large (see plan) and contains a flatscreen T.V. (Freeview) and DVD player. There is a very comfortable bed settee, two armchairs and a sideboard with radio, CD and tape player. The kitchen has American oak kitchen units and adjacent is the dining area. Off the lounge is the bedroom with twin beds plus a wardrobe and chest of drawers. En suite is the bathroom with a shower, wash basin and toilet.

          Heating is under the control of guests and there is no extra charge for this.



The view from the patio at Maes y Coed
 
the grounds at Maes y Coed
The view from the patio   Pleasant grounds
 
Maes-y-Coed kitchen
 
Maes-y-Coed bedroom
The kitchen in the Maes-y-Coed Apartment   The bedroom in Maes-y-Coed
 
The grounds are lovely in winter, too
 
A corner of the lounge
The grounds are lovely
in winter, to!
  Another view of the lounge at
the Maes-y-Coed Apartment
 
Another view of the kitchen at Maes-y-Coed
 
Part of the lawn in front of the Maes-y-Coed apartment
Another view of the kitchen at
the Maes-y-Coed Apartment
  The lawn at Maes-y-Coed
 
View of the front of the apartment
 
A view of the patio and entrance
View of the front of
the Maes-y-Coed Apartment
  The patio and entrance

In Brief:

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Very private location
  • Twenty minutes walk to the beaches, harbour and town
  • Modern
  • Heating totally under guest's control
  • Heating and fuel charges included in the price
  • Safe parking in the grounds
  • Cot provided (no charge)
  • High chair provided (no charge)
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Microwave oven
  • Hair dryer
  • 32" flatscreen television
  • DVD player
  • Cassette and CD player
  • Radio
  • Barbecue
  • Bed linen provided free of charge
  • Beds are made up for your arrival
  • Bath towels are provided free but not beach towels
  • Visit Wales 4 star award given in 2013
  • Excellent base for your holiday
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Sorry, no pets

Layout of the apartment (not to scale).

The 4 star award from Visit Wales

Maes-y-Coed Apartment had a Four Star award from Visit Wales in 2013.
'Four Star' is defined as 'excellent' by Visit Wales.


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