The ROYAL LION Hotel
North Beach, Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Boats in Tenby Harbour
Welcome to Tenby

The Royal Lion Hotel appeals essentially to those who, on holiday, look for peace and quietness amongst surroundings of interest and beauty.
Its greatest asset, as it nestles behind the Old Town Wall lies in its unique superb location at the top of the High Street overlooking Tenby Harbour in the heart of Pembrokeshire, a beautiful county of South West Wales.



Contents
  • Bars
  • The Foyer
  • Bedrooms
  • Tenby
  • Tariff
  • Access Statement
  • Contact Information
  • Tenby Harbour




    Bars

    Residents and diners can enjoy a relaxed drink in the 'Celebrities' Cocktail Bar, both before and after their meal.

    Alternatively take a morsel and a dram from our 'Pantry Selection' in the Stage Door Cafe bar, which can be found leading into Frog Street opposite the old theatre and The De Valence Pavilion.


    Bar at Royal Lion Hotel, Tenby
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    The Foyer


    A truly relaxing area on the ground floor.

    This is ideal for quiet evenings by the fire reading, playing a game of cards or enjoying a quiet drink.

    A large bay window overlooks Carmarthen Bay.


    Foyer  at The Royal Lion Hotel, Tenby
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    Bedrooms

    We have twenty one non-smoking bedrooms all of which have been decorated to a high standard.

    A private bathroom, colour television, direct dial telephone, hairdryer, trouser press, individually controlled thermostatic heating, tea and coffee making facilities are all standard features in each room.

    The majority of bedrooms command superb views over Tenby Harbour and the Carmarthen bay.

    Cots and high chairs are available for those with young children.



    Sorry no pets.




    Bedroom at The Royal Lion Hotel
    Bedroom at The Royal Lion Hotel


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    Tenby

    In the summer months the whole of Tenby's quaint old harbour throngs with small craft and is visible from most of the hotels bedrooms.

    The town is steeped in history, once being protected by the magnificent town walls to the South West and by its Napoleonic St. Catherine's Fort to the East.

    The Royal Lions' location makes it a perfect touring base for this corner of the Pembrokeshire Coast.

    Tenby and surrounding area can also boast many tourist attractions, for example:-

    Manorbier, Carew and Pembroke Castles

    St. Catherine's Rock and Fort and the Monastic Island of Caldey

    Less than one mile away is Tenby Golf Course a delightfully situated eighteen-hole links golf course with magnificent panoramic views along the coast.


    Manorbier (top),Carew and Pembroke (bottom) Castles



    Deep sea fishing, pleasure cruises and mackerel fishing, Trout and Coarse fishing are to be found at our own Penhoyle Fishing Park - just one mile away on the outskirts of the town, close to the village of Penally.

    Bathing and wind-surfing facilities are among the safest anywhere off the Pembrokeshire Coast.

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    Tariff

    SEE OUR 2013 TARIFF
    and
    OUR SUNDAY LUNCH MENU

    NEW YEAR'S EVE 2013

    JANUARY WINTER WARMERS

    ST VALENTINES FEBRUARY 2013

    MOTHERS DAY 8th/9th MARCH

    FATHERS DAY 14th/16th JUNE

    STAGE DOOR CAFÉ BAR

    Please ensure availability and prices for the dates required,
    telephone The Royal Lion Hotel on 01834 842127 or E-Mail.

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    Contact Information

    Postal Address:
    The Royal Lion Hotel
    North Beach
    Tenby
    Pembrokeshire
    SA70 7EX

    E-mail address:
    enquiries@royallionhotel.co.uk

    Telephone: 01834 842127
    Fax: 01834 842441


    Thank you for your interest in
    The Royal Lion Hotel.

    The location is superb, the welcome warm and guests' needs are always paramount.

    We always do our very best to please.
    How to find The Royal Lion Hotel in Tenby

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