Gumfreston Hotel

Bed and Breakfast in Tenby, Dyfed

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15 Culver Park
SA70 7ED

Gumfreston Hotel, Tenby

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Welcome to Gumfreston Hotel Tenby, a lovely, warm and friendly place to stay. Clean, tidy, a great night’s sleep and great breakfast to start your day. Just one short street from the beach, and one and a half short streets from the town wall where all shops, pubs and eateries can be found.

Parking is provided either on road or within an attended car park, some 30 yards from the hotel. A fine Victorian home situated in a quiet residential street, Gumfreston Hotel, is a small, family run bed and breakfast offering 9 en-suite bedrooms, all non-smoking, with tea/coffee facilities, digital colour television, radio, hairdryers, towels, fine bed linen and central heating. The Gumfreston Hotel Tenby offers a delicious, freshly made to order breakfast to start your day.

We also cater for vegetarians and use fresh local produce wherever possible. We also offer self catering accommodation at the quaint Rose Cottage located next door to the hotel, which can be viewed at Our aim is to provide a friendly and relaxed atmosphere to ensure your stay is a happy and memorable one. Gumfreston Hotel is an excellent base from which to explore Pembrokeshire’s unique coastal path, historical sites, National Trust treasures, theme parks and zoos; not forgetting water sports, horse riding and other adventure sports.

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