Giltar Hotel, Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Giltar Hotel is a beautiful Victorian hotel located in the stunning Pembrokeshire coastal town of Tenby. The hotel has stunning views of the South Beach and the Island of Caldey.
Our charming hotel has 61 bedrooms in total many of which boast sea views. We have deluxe, premier and standard rooms on offer for guests. Each guest bedroom has as standard an en suite bathroom, telephone, TV & radio, tea & coffee making facilities and a hairdryer.
Come and relax in our beautiful restaurant over looking the sea towards Caldey. Our Executive Chef and his team are committed to using local Pembrokeshire produce to design a contemporary menu where the freshest of ingredients are simply cooked, making the best use of natural flavours. We are open for lunches and dinner in the evening, as well as the traditional Sunday Lunch. We offer a seasonal menu – with favourites being Welsh Black fillet steaks; locally landed lobster; bread freshly baked on the premises daily; a spicy crab risotto; locally sourced vegetables and salad leaves.
The original town of Tenby, called Dinbych y pysgod in Welsh or little fort of the fishes, was established by The Normans as a fortified town. Most of the old town walls remain, enclosing the medieval town behind them. The castle that defended Tenby was built on Castle Hill but only one small keep tower remains of that. The Victorian seaside development on the west side of town, outside the town walls, was fairly limited so doesn't detract from the general ambience of the town. The imposing hotels along The Esplanade look over Tenby's south beach towards Caldey Island. Tenby offers a number of interests including sailing, historical interests, walks or just enjoying the cafe culture.
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Disabled facilities available - please enquire for exact details.
3 Star Visit Wales.
Telephone: 01834 842507