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Broadmead Hotel
Heywood Lane
Tenby
West Wales

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In a secluded setting, in an acre of landscaped grounds, this period country house residence is situated within easy walking distance of the historic walled town of Tenby. Originally established in 1982, this privately owned hotel is personally supervised by the proprietors, Marlene & Gary Helmich. The hotel has a reputation for high standards of cleanliness, service and cuisine, as well as a friendly atmosphere throughout the hotel. This attention to detail and quality has resulted in the hotel achieving the prestigious accolade of Best Small Hotel in Wales, awarded by the RAC. There is ample free car parking available for guests and breakfast is included in the quoted room rates.

The hotel offers comfortable accommodation at great-value rates in 20 charming en suite rooms. The peaceful location and comfortable accommodation makes the Broadmead Hotel a great base for a peaceful, relaxing break. Everything has been arranged for the comfort of the guest to make their stay as enjoyable as possible. The hotel prides itself on its standard of service and attention to detail. The hotel has many regular repeat customers who return again and again to sample the hotelís excellent standards, from cleanliness to cuisine, and most of all for the excellent vale for money which it represents.

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