The Cabin is a first floor apartment, one of the most sought after holiday properties in Tenby, set at the end of Pier Hill with the Harbour on one side and Carmarthen Bay on the other. It is part of a Grade II listed building, and is probably the most architecturally important building in the town - a real gem, which has been sympathetically restored over the last 10 years. The balcony on the Harbour side catches the sun for most of the day and is the perfect elevated spot to enjoy a glass of wine as you watch your children play on the beach and the bustling harbour below.
The building rises from the sea wall and is beautifully maintained and furnished. Every room has wonderful, but different sea views of the harbour and across the bay. The sunsets and sunrises across the bay are to die for.
This is an amazing holiday home you will just not want to leave.
Children under 1 years old are welcome. No other children under 10 years. No groups of unaccompanied under 18 year olds.
The Cabin has been awarded a blue plaque to mark the fact that Roald Dahl, used to stay here at Easter every year during his childhood and adolescence, until just before World War II.
First Floor: Balcony, entrance hall, kitchen, sitting/dining room, bathroom/bath/shower attachment/whb, shower room/whb/wc, separate whb/wc, twin room with 2ft 6 inch wide beds with interconnecting door to double room with an interconnecting door to double/king size bed - zip & link for double/kingsize or twin (2ft 6 inch wide) option/whb - interconnecting door to the kitchen.
Parking: 1 quayside space - parking permit.
Facilities: Gas cooker/hob/double oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, TV/Sky, phone - incoming calls only, WiFi.
Pet Notes: No.
Heating: Gas central heating, gas 'real flame' fire.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & hotwater: FREE. GAS CENTRAL HEATING: Available @ £40 per week Oct - April, May - Sept on request at £30 per week.
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
Initial approach: down a steep hill. Parking: A parking permit is paid for, but this does not necessarily allow you to park outside The Cabin, it could be up the hill or behind the buildings up the hill (There are not enough parking spaces for all the occupants of the flats, so you need to get there early). Entrance: to The Cabin is up steps to the only entrance on the first floor. There are handrails. There are 6 slate steps up to a landing, the steps then turn at right angles left and are 8 wooden up to the next landing outside the front door. There are 14 steps in all. There is no ramp to the main entrance, since the level of the landing and the floor inside are the same. There are no other entrances. There is no garden. There is a balcony overlooking harbour. There are no changing levels within the flat. There are some differences between the colour of the walls and the floors, but the door insets are almost the same colour as the walls in the sitting room (cream walls, white door insets and doors). The bedrooms have coloured walls (very pale pink, yellow and blue) and white door insets and doors. The bathroom, shower room and loo, and separate loo are painted white and so are the door insets and doors. All the rooms interconnect apart from the bathroom, shower room and loo and separate loo, which are reached through a narrow corridor between the sitting room and the yellow room. There is external lighting above the front door, switched on from inside the flat. Rooms not adapted for wheelchair users. There is a telephone but only for incoming calls. There is a Sky TV. Unfortunately, guide dogs are not accepted in this property. Public transport is available at the top of the hill on an hourly basis.
Hottest day of the year and the triathlon is in Tenby. Glad that The Cabin remains cool, but enjoying the sunshine.
A great week as always, we'll be back next year!
Special week in Tenby, Wonderful quality time with the family. Amazing weather- such special times. The Cabin is a fantastic retreat with a lovely touch enjoyed it sitting on the balcony - views were amazing. Hope to return next year!
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