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Imperial Hotel Tenby Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales


Welcome to the Imperial Hotel Tenby in Pembrokeshire

The Imperial Hotel, Tenby is built into the ancient stone walls of the Pembrokeshire seaside town. Overlooking the beautiful South Beach, this truly comfortable and charming Tenby hotel is the perfect place to unwind and relax. From the Terrace Restaurant and Ocean View bedrooms, you can enjoy a stunning cliff top view of this seaside resort, famed for gorgeous beaches, pretty harbours and imposing cliffs.

What sets The Imperial apart from other hotels in Tenby, Wales is its historic beauty and positioning on the doorstep of the very best of Pembrokeshire with cobbled streets, ancient stone walls, independent craft shops, boat trips, and festivals all just a stone’s throw away. Hotels in Tenby harbour are always in demand, and the Imperial Hotel Tenby is no exception!

Imperial Hotel Tenby Rooms

Offering 44 bedrooms with the option of stunning panoramic ocean views overlooking the Pembrokeshire coastline, The Imperial Hotel Tenby is a great place to rest and unwind, providing single, twin, and double rooms with all the comforts of home, including an en-suite, tea and coffee station, flatscreen TV and WiFi. The Imperial is one of the pet-friendly hotels in Tenby, so make sure to bring your four legged friends along with you!

Breakfast and dinner are served every day in The View Restaurant, featuring a range of cuisines and magnificent views along the beach. Guests are also welcome to enjoy their meal and a drink from the hotel bar from a table on the patio terrace – a beautiful spot overlooking the sea.

About Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Known by many as the prettiest seaside town in Wales, Tenby is famed for gorgeous beaches, pretty harbours, and imposing cliffs – all of which combine to create a picturesque coastal break experience. 

. Surrounded by cobbled lanes and historic architecture, the Pembrokeshire town is one of heritage, having maintained ties to its medieval roots as well as its time as a popular Victorian seaside resort. Around the town, you’ll find many wonderful visitor attractions in the area including St David’s Cathedral, Carew Castle, Caldey Island and the National Botanical Gardens of Wales.

Find out more about the local area in Places to Explore by Imperial Hotel Tenby our guide.