|Rebleen Guest House Tenby Rebleen Guest House, Southcliff Street, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 7EA|
"A warm welcome is extended to Tenby and the Rebleen Guest house, we hope to make your stay with us a memorable experience."
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The business was established in 1987 and over the years we have enjoyed decorating and furnishing the Rebleen to create a relaxed atmosphere and provide a friendly personal service.
Rebleen has been awarded a Visit Wales 4 star guest house grading and is a Welcome Host establishment.
Rebleen is a no smoking guest house incompliance with government legislation.
The high standard of décor is carried throughout all our bedrooms situated on the 1st and 2nd floor, and all are equipped with digital flatscreen televisions, cd/clock radios, tea and coffee facilities, en-suite bathroom or shower room, complimentary toiletries, hairdryers and individual thermostat controlled heating.
Access is provided to your rooms at all times.
A traditional Pembrokeshire breakfast is on offer (using local produce where possible) with a continental breakfast as an alternative.
Your car can be parked right next to the Guest House in the Rectory car park at a reasonable cost- a welcome solution to any parking problems!
|Out Of Season|
More and more people are discovering Tenby's out of season charms.
The air always seems a little fresher for that bracing walk along the beach and a leisurely stroll through the town, mixing with the local people is a complete contrast to the hustle and bustle of the summer months.
And what could be a better end to the day than reading the papers around our cosy fire in lounge? Our lower out of season rates makes welcome seem just that little bit warmer!
If this is to be your first visit to Tenby, you're in for a rare treat. Even having lived in the town all our lives, we are still charmed by the famous view of the picturesque harbour.
The town has all the amenities you would expect of Pembrokeshire's premier holiday resort- a range of pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets, bowling green, Wales' oldest golf courses, swimming pool and fitness centre to mention but a few.
The town's narrow streets provide an enchanting setting for an evening stroll.
Even after visiting year after year, some of our guests still manage to discover a side street hiding an uncharted shop.
Within easy driving distance are all of Pembrokeshire's attractions ranging from Wales' largest theme park to some of the oldest castles and ancient monuments.
We'll be proud to welcome you to this special corner of Wales.