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Uniquely built into the town’s old walls, the Imperial Hotel Tenby enjoys a grand setting on the clifftop above the South and Castle Beach. Relax and unwind in this charming characterful hotel with cosy bedrooms and an inviting restaurant.
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Number of Bedrooms: 44
Parking Spaces: 0
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Imperial Hotel in Tenby is located along the Paragon which enjoys spectacular views of the South Beach and out towards Caldey Island. This three star hotel in Tenby boasts a unique setting as it is built into the ancient stone walls of the town which are a Grade 1 listed medieval defensive structure dating back to 13th century. This region of South Wales is home to some of the most spectacular coastline in the British Isles, and Tenby itself is the very best of Pembrokeshire with cobbled streets, ancient stone walls, independent craft shops, boat trips and festivals.
Guests to the Imperial Hotel are welcomed to a choice of 44 bedrooms each with ensuite, tea/coffee making facilities, TV and free wifi. You can even choose from having a shower over the bath or a separate shower only. Upgrade your stay to a room with a private balcony and ocean views. This is a truly comfortable and charming hotel to unwind and relax
The Terrace restaurant at the Imperial Hotel boasts magnificent views along the beach which is the perfect backdrop to your delicious meal. Sit out on the hotel’s patio terrace and take in the sea views while enjoying a drink or two.
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Each of the bedrooms at the Imperial Hotel Tenby have everything you would expect for a comfortable stay including TV, tea and coffee making facilities, en-suite bathroom, a desk and free WiFi throughout.
Upgrade your stay to a room with a view and enjoy the picturesque setting that is the Pembrokeshire coast
Bar & Restaurant
The Terrace restaurant at the Imperial Hotel boasts magnificent views along the beach which is the perfect backdrop to your delicious meal.
Sit out on the hotel’s patio terrace and take in the sea views while enjoying a drink or two.
Directions to the Imperial Hotel in Tenby
The hotel is located on The Parragon, just 10 minutes walk from Tenby Train Station.
Hotel Notice Board
Dogs are welcome at the Imperial Hotel. A supplement of £15 per dog per night applies and will be added to your bill at the hotel.
When adding children to a reservation the rate quoted is the total for adults only. Children's rates will be applied at the hotel direct.
This hotel varies its menu options month-to-month. You may be offered either a 3 course table d'hote menu or an allowance of £25pp towards the a la carte menu depending on which option they are operating in your stay month. If you wish clarification as to which option will be available for your stay we would advise contacting the hotel directly to check.
Things to see and do while you are staying at the Imperial Hotel in Tenby
Tenby is one of West Wales’ finest seaside towns with glorious sandy beaches, a lovely busy harbour with sea-trips, and all sorts of family activities whether you’re the laid-back type, or the active type. You can take a relaxing boat-trip to explore Caldey Island, or you can scramble round the local coastline jumping into sea-pools. There really is no end to the adventures you can have when you stay at the Imperial Hotel.
On the hotel's doorstep:
South Beach, 300 metres
North Beach/Tenby Harbour Beach, 500 metres
Tenby Ghost Walk, walk departure, 100 metres
A short tour of some of Tenby’s mysterious corners. Listen to tales from a local storyteller covering all things paranormal, from ghostly pirates to witches and UFOs.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Centre, 300 metres
Head to the centre to find out about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park near the Five Arches, a fortress-like section of Tenby’s medieval walls.
Tenby Harbour and Beach, 400 metres
A buzzing harbour at the centre of town: go fishing; take a boat trip to Caldey Island, or just relax with some fish and chips, before or after a glorious day swimming and building sand-castles on the sandy beach.
Tenby Castle, 500 metres
A small tower is all that remains of the castle, but the views from Castle Hill remain unmatched – a lovely thing to do on your first day in Tenby – walk up and survey the town, the sea, the clifftops and the beaches and nearby St Catherine’s Island - a fortress which can be reached by foot at low tide.
Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, 500 metres
Read up on the local history at the oldest independent museum in Wales, and enjoy the work of local artists who love to capture this beautiful, natural environment.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path, 0.5 mile to start of path
There are wonderful routes out of Tenby to the north and south on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. A 4.5 miles walk takes you to Saundersfoot and incredible views of the Bay from the Monkstone Point headland.
Within 5 miles:
Trefloyne Golf Course, 2 miles
Pay and play are available at this 18-hole course and driving range set in the glorious Pembrokeshire countryside.
Manor House Wildlife Park, 3.5 miles
Wales’ only walking safari, plus lions, wallabies, meerkats, ostrich, zebra amongst many other animals, as well as play facilities for kids and a café.
Dinosaur Park, 3 miles
Dinosaur trail, outdoor and indoor playgrounds and a dinosaur activity corner – just a monster day out. Who doesn’t love dinosaurs!
Caldey Island, boat trip from Tenby Harbour, 500 metres
A 20 minute boat trip takes you to the holy island of Caldey – an oasis of calm that is owned and run by a community of Cistercian monks. The boat drops you off on Priory Beach, a beautiful place for a swim.
Horse-riding on the beach, 23 miles
The huge beach at Druidston Haven (23 miles) is the perfect place for one of life’s most enviable experiences. Nolton Stables (23 miles) run trips to suit all abilities.
Coasteering, office on Tenby Harbour, 300 metres
Coasteering – a blend of shore-scrambling, swell-riding, nature-watching and cliff-jumping - was invented in Pembrokeshire, so where better to try it out.
Watersports, 500 metres to nearest centre
Try out jet-skiing, paddleboarding, rib rides or kayaking from the North Beach. Or head for Newgale (26 miles) is a vast shingle-backed beach at the top of St Brides Bay, where Big Blue run the full array of watersports hire and tuition – surfing, kite surfing, stand up paddleboarding.
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