April Cottage in Tenby

April Cottage is a traditional stone cottage built about 1840 and retains many original features. These include some doorways with restricted height. 

However, the kitchen and bathroom have been updated to 21st century standards. 

April Cottage

Accommodation & Facilities

  • Double bedroom, twin bedroom and single bedroom      
  • Living room, well-equipped kitchen & conservatory
  • Bathroom, cloakroom and utility room, washing machine and dishwasher     
  • Enclosed rear garden with terrace

Availability

See the calendar below to check availability of the cottage before enquring.

Pricing

Rates for Summer 2022

High season £650 16 July, 23 July, 30 July, 6 Aug, 13 Aug, 20 Aug, 27 Aug
Whitsun week  £550 28  May
Mid season      £450 4 Jun, 11 Jun, 18 Jun, 25 Jun, 2 Jul, 9 Jul, 3 Sep, 10 Sep, 17 Sep
Low season  £350 other dates

Letting Information

  • Lettings from 3 p.m. Saturday to 10 a.m. Saturday.
  • Short breaks or other letting periods available in the low season.
  • 25% non-returnable deposit to secure your booking.
  • The remainder will be due one month before the hire date.
  • Rates include electricity and gas central heating.  
  • Bedding and house towels are provided.
  • Smoking is not permitted inside the cottage.
  • We do not offer a cancellation insurance scheme – please arrange your own if needed.

Find us

April Cottage is at 25 Trafalgar Road,
Tenby, SA70 7DW

Trafalgar Road runs right up to the Tenby town walls. The beaches to the north-east, south and south-west of Tenby are all within a few minutes walk, as are the restaurants and pubs within the old walled town.

If self-catering, Sainsbury’s supermarket is on Upper Park Road, just the other side of the main town car park, and specialist butchers, bakers and greengrocers are all nearby.

Contact

John & Anna Kay
Mail: Fair Meadow, Rushey Green,
Ringmer, East Sussex, BN8 5JB
By phone: 01273 813388
By email: johnkay56@gmail.com

 

Access Statement The physical constraints of April Cottage mean that it is not, in the owners’ opinion, suitable for letting to guests confined to a wheelchair or unable to mount a cottage staircase without assistance. We do not believe that the constraints imposed by the physical structure of the cottage and its site can be overcome without a complete rebuild that would destroy its present character.