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House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Ashford Villa is a spacious family house, situated in the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastal town of Tenby. It is located just five minutes walk from the beach and golf course, only 5 - 10 minutes walk from the town centre, and round the corner from the Tenby Bowling Green. Picton Road is quiet and peaceful, yet all amenities are in easy walking distance. Lounge, dining room, kitchen, games room and 4 bedrooms. Parking for two cars and sunny enclosed courtyard.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Tenby South Beach 500 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Tenby Railway station 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Games room, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 4 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (4), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
A very welcoming spacious three story semi detached house well suited for a family break, regularly described by our visitors as a 'home from home'. The entrance hall leads to the lounge and dining room. Through the dining room is the newly fitted, well equipped, kitchen. Beyond the kitchen is the ground floor bedroom with twin beds, en suite bathroom, bath, WC and patio doors leading you to the sheltered and private patio garden - a real sun trap.
There are two bedrooms on the first floor, one double with en suite shower room, WC and WHB. The second is a bunk bedded room with en suite bathroom, bath, WC and whb. Also on the first floor is a games room with table football and an air hockey table. On the second floor is a further double bedroom with en suite shower room and WC.
Central heating and electric included, bed linen and bath towels supplied (please bring beach towels), pets welcome, parking for 1 car on drive also on road parking for 1 car.
About this location
The Pembrokeshire region
As you arrive in the West, life slows down a bit and shoulder muscles relax. Pembrokeshire is Wales' most popular coastal destination and is known for its beauty, diverse natural habitats, good eating and award winning 'blue flag' beaches. The range of possibilities for exploring, adventure or just chillling are numerous. In addition to the beaches, there are the Castles, craft and food trails, watersports, the National Park and the 186 miles of the Pembrokeshre Coastal path. There are many attractive little towns like vibrant Narberth, or Pembroke, with long histories and great shopping and eating, as well as narrow, hedge lined lanes that lead to places that still inspire many poets, photographers and artists.
In a day you could step into another world on the lovely monastic island of Caldy, or retrace the steps of Henry Tudor (Henry VIII's dad), lunch in a pub by the sea, spend an afternoon on the beatuiful Barafundle beach and still be home in time for award winning fish and chips. Or you could be walking a section of the coast, taking in the beauty of the sea cliffs and wildlife, or be at one or other of the many places for a family day out, such as Folly Farm, Manor House Wildlife Park, Oakwood Theme Park and the Blue Lagoon water park. Pembrokshire even has its own micro climate, created by the coast being touched by the Atlantic Gulf Stream, if you want to surf, go on a boat trip to see dolphins and seals, try sea kayaking or cliff jumping this is the place .
There are many Pembrokshires, suitable for all ages and interests - you choose the one for you.
For more information you may wish to visit www.visitpembrokeshire.com
Tenby is South Pembrokeshire's largest town. It has splendid Victorian and Georgian architecture set within Tudor town walls. It is situated on a rocky peninsula, surrounded by award winning, white sandy beaches. Tenby has a very picturesque working harbour, which for centuries provided the town with its wealth from sea trade. It still supports many lively businesses today, with fishing trips. Boat trips to the monastery island of Caldey and trips around the local islands and down the coast. Tenby has charming narrow streets packed with shops, galleries and restaurants.
In the summer, the roads within the town walls are closed to traffic and the restaurants and pubs take full advantage of this, enabling you to relax, wining and dining in the main square and adjoining streets. Don't miss out on the Award Winning Fecci's Fish and Chips in Lower Frog Street and excellent meals in the atmospheric Tudor Plantagenet Restaurant. Folowed perhaps in the summer, by a 'Ghost Tour' of the old town's mysteries.
The town has an award winning museam and is home to the oldest 'links' golf course in Wales and is mostly within 5 to 30 minutes drive of most of the main popular family destinations, castles too numerous to mention, the 'secret waterway' and some of the UK's top beaches, incuding its own. If your looking for ideas, pick up a copy of the 'Tenby Observer', which is full of information about places to go, things to do and where to eat.
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20 Jul 2014
"Wonderful stay in this lovely house!"
As frequent visitors to Tenby, myself and my other half wanted to find a house to bring the family along who'd never visited before - including our Toy Poodle! This house was perfect! The locatio… More
Thank you so much for your comments, we are delighted to hear you enjoyed your visit. Had problems with TVs in 2 of the rooms, aiming to replace them, so you shouldn't have the same problem next year.
12 Apr 2014
"Comfortable and great location"
Ashford Villa is in a quiet street 2 minutes walk from the wonderful sandy beaches of Tenby. Parking was tricky on Saturday afternoon when we arrived as someone had parked across the dropped kerb bloc… More
19 Oct 2013
"Perfect house for large group of mixed ages and interests"
We had a great week in this top quality self catering accommodation. House v well equipped personally I think it's a good thing that WI Fi access is limited holidays should be in the moment and … More
16 Sep 2013
"Lovely house, shame about the bath downstairs"
We had a lovely stay at Ashford Villa with extended family. The house is perfectly situated close to the town centre and esplanade - ideal if you have members of the family with impaired mobility. Why… More
Thank you for your feedback, we completely agree that the bath downstairs is not ideal, and are extremely sorry it inconvenienced you. Removing the bath and replacing it with a stand-alone shower unit is definitely on our list of alterations to make, hopefully this winter, when the house is not so occupied. Staying in the house at times ourselves we are also aware of the limitations of the wifi, and we will buy a booster to improve the access into the rest of the house.
29 Aug 2013
"Ideal holiday house for young and old."
Ashford Villa could not be better equipped and positioned - we hardly used the car as everything, including 2 beaches, supermarket & Cafe Vista (the best coffee in town!) all walking. The house enable… More
2 Nov 2012
"Spacious, clean, well equipped home from home."
We stayed in ashford villa for a week during October to November half term, we go away every year and stay in a lot of houses, this is by far been the best equipped and most homely place we have been.… More
5 Jul 2011
"A spacious, clean, comfortable and well located property"
We stayed at Ashford Villa for a week during August 2010 and had a thoroughly enjoyable week. The bedrooms were clean and tidy with plenty of clean sheets available and comfy beds, the ensuite facilit… More
6 Jun 2011
"Lovely house, fab location - couldn't be better!"
Perfect for our family break with teenage children and a few friends - great location in centre of Tenby close to shops, restaurants etc and the beaches only a few streets away. NOt far to all the south Pembrokeshire beaches and attractions. Lovely house, clean and tidy and beautifully furnished and equipped. Couldn't ask for more.
6 Jun 2011
"Everything you need on your doorstep."
What a wonderful location! Ashford Villa is literally a couple of minutes from both the beach and the old town arches, so we never needed the car once we had arrived.
The property was spotless (I run a property of our own and am very fussy about cleanliness!), well decorated and had everything we needed, right down to childrens books, a games room and all the necessary kitchen paraphernalia for a young toddler.
There are some great places to eat in Tenby and even with a tired two year old we were able to walk there and back in the evening and treat ourselves to some lovely restaurants. This was something we sorely missed when staying last year near Haverford West. I would also mention that the children's food at the Blue Ball was superb, no chicken nuggets there, just excellent, proper food.
All in all, we had a fantastic short break at Ashford Villa and would love to return.
6 Jun 2011
We stayed at Ashford Villa during Easter with friends and will DEFINITELY be returning.The house is comfortably decorated and is, by far, the most well equipped house we have ever stayed in. It is pe… More
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