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Ivy Bank Guest House
Ivy Bank
Harding Street

West Wales

SA70 7LL | View map

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The Proprietors would like to offer you a warm welcome to the Ivy Bank Guest House, which was built in 1895 as a fine Victorian home. It has been run as a guest house continuously since 1945. Steve is Tenby born and bred and has a wealth of local knowledge. Anne is originally from Dundee in Scotland. Tenby is a wonderful place to visit at all times of the year and we only close for Christmas, opening again for the New Year, which is always very popular in Tenby. Steve trained as a caterer in the Royal Navy for 12 years before moving to the world of motor sport where he has spent over 6 years catering for the Toyota and then Williams Formula One Teams. Anne has also worked in a few of the local businesses. Together we have over 40 years experience in hospitality. Our comfortable residents sitting-room is a pleasure to relax in at the end of a lovely day. A Wales Tourist Board Inspector said "this is a beautiful room" A cosy breakfast room, where you can enjoy your choice of breakfast cooked to order from our extensive menu. Food is freshly prepared by ourselves and where possible we use local Pembrokeshire produce. We have 5 guest bedrooms *All en-suite, Tea/Coffee tray, Colour televisions(some with video players), Hairdryers, Toiletries, Radio/Alarms, Towels, Fine bed linen with Egyptian cotton sheets.Please Note: We are a Non-smoking accommodation. No pets are permitted on the premises. Off street parking available. We do not accept Stag and Hen/ Single Gender Group parties. Check-in time: 13:00 check-out time: 10:00

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