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Elm Grove Country House
St. Florence
Carew
West Wales

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In a beautiful, tranquil location, nestled amongst acres of lawns and fields, this charming 4-star country house hotel has been run by the Rees family for 50 years. This elegant Georgian house has an idyllic setting in its own delightful grounds in the picturesque village of St. Florence, 3 miles from Tenby. During your stay, you can explore the interesting village inns, historic Flemish chimneys and enjoy the peaceful setting of this colourful, fragrant village, which has blossomed into one of the foremost floral villages in Britain.

The historic building boasts plenty of period charm and beautiful original features, including marble fireplaces, panelled doorways and large picture windows. All of the attractive, individually decorated rooms are en suite and include bathrobes among all other excellent modern facilities.
Elm Grove Country House is a 4-star rated Country House, as graded by the Welsh Tourist Board.
In the grounds there is a croquet lawn, a grass tennis court, children's play area and games room (open at all times). In the house you will find a tasteful blend of original furnishings, such as marble fireplaces and cornice ceilings, polished wooden floors and modern décor. The atmosphere is one of elegance and luxury - a world of difference from the way it would have been during the Second World War, when school girls from London were housed here.
For guests with disabilities, please note that there are 5 steps to the front of the building, but a level access at the rear. There are also 2 ground floor bedrooms.

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