Tenby House Rental Photos and Description
6+ Bedroom, 5+ Bathroom lovely pet-friendly holiday cottage townhouse, sleeps 12
Bell Tree House is a Grade II listed holiday cottage and is one of Tenby's most significant houses, located approximately 200 metres from Tenby's Historic Town Wall, Beach and Harbour. Built in 1609, this elegant property has been carefully renovated to retain its original Georgian character, whilst at the same time providing a superb standard of modern convenience and comfort. The property boasts six bedrooms and fivebathrooms and benefits from quality features such as a hand built modern kitchen and solid chestnut flooring throughout.
The property has a separate, self-contained annexe which can be booked together with the main house. This can then be opened up as one huge 8 bedroom, 7 bathroom house to sleep up to 16 in total plus up to four babies. Please ask for a quote if you would like this option.
- Events Allowed
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
Just a HUGE thank you for everything (and for the champers and card, how lovely!). The house was absolutely perfect for the occasion. Everyone there, from 10 years old to 73, loved it. The kitchen/living space was ideal and the little sitting room was great for the kids to have their own space. All in all, I had the best birthday ever
We love old houses. Bell Tree House is over 400 years old, and reputed to be the second oldest house in Tenby. We also love a challenge, and this lovely house was pleading to be saved. A former hotel, which had been severely damaged in a fire, the house was really a burned out shell, with only a couple of rooms habitable. We learned from the owner that it was once a beautiful family home. Rather than convert the property into apartments, we wanted to return it to the family home it had been in its heyday. Having lots of children of our own, we set about restoring it to what we felt would be a perfect home for a big family. The idea was to create a space in which a group of people of all ages could be together as well as do their own thing. The house is listed and is in the National Park as well as the Tenby Town Scheme, so it was important to preserve as much of its period character as possible (wooden sash windows, lime render, solid wood flooring) but we also wanted to make the most of the opportunity of starting with a completely blank space to put in some modern comforts and design features. We hope that we got the balance right!
We think it is a very family friendly home and we are welcoming of children of all ages, and pets. There is a children's play area in the garden and a very big sink by the back door to wash sand off children when they come back from the beach. Perhaps the biggest selling point is the large open plan living space, which easily accommodates a large group of people together, all doing different things.