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East Jordeston Cottages

St. Florence, Tenby SA70 8NT Wales
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Our historic 16th century former farmstead occupies an idyllic location just 4 miles from the popular seaside town of Tenby in South Pembrokeshire, West Wales.The main grade 2 Listed farmhouse is our family home and a keen eye for design and architectural flair has been used to transform the redundant farm buildings into chic, stylish accommodation for our most discerning guests to enjoy an excellent standard. Each of our ten cottages offers a very special, convenient base for a family activity holiday or a tranquil escape to slow down and enjoy some quality time in relaxing, peaceful surroundings.
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lizzyLiverpool wrote a review Aug 2021
Liverpool, United Kingdom37 contributions24 helpful votes
Lovely stay here. Although the location itself is quite isolated it’s easy to get to local attractions. Cottage itself was clean and comfortable and peaceful despite all cottages being full with families. Play area was good for kids and there was a little central building with games and toys to borrow. Only gripe was the internet was very intermittent. Owners were very welcoming and gave some good recommendations. Manorbier beach and Stacpole were favourite days out. Our 6 year old loved Dinosaur Park which is a bit tired but good value. We weren’t keen on the local pub (Parsonage inn) but other recommendations (Stackpole Inn & Brewery Inn) were good.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
emmauk99 wrote a review Aug 2021
Leicester, United Kingdom11 contributions2 helpful votes
We had a 2 week family holiday in The Lodge. I'd give it 10 stars if I could! Our children are 5 and 7 and it was our first family holiday since covid. It was absolutely wonderful and we all loved our stay here. The Lodge is beautiful. Stylishly yet practically furnished, clean and very well equipped. In fact my only 'criticism' would be it was so well equipped there wasn't very much cupboard space left for food! The upper bedrooms are beautiful and catch the evening and morning sun perfectly. I could have laid on that chaise longue forever soaking in the golden hour evening light! The play area is a good size and looked new with hand sanitiser available. There is also The Cwtch where you can borrow family games, toys, puzzles etc during your stay. The owners were friendly and very helpful and did all they could to keep it covid safe. It is in a great location to visit the beaches and beauty spots of Pembrokeshire. We saw lots of sea birds (the highlight being puffins during a short boat tour) and an abundance of sea creatures including starfish! Tenby is a beautiful town to visit. There are plenty of shops and places to eat yet it hasn't lost its character or become 'tacky'. I am gluten free and we found lots of great places I could eat well at too and plenty of fresh and gorgeous sea food. The whole area was much quieter than the South West of England. We even enjoyed a night-time family star gazing session and saw shooting stars, satellites and the Milky Way, a first for our city dwelling children. We would recommend visiting Tenby, Barafundle Bay, Freshwater East and Saundersfoot as our particular favourites. We will be returning for sure! It felt like home from home and we have come away with countless precious family memories that were much needed after the last couple of years. Thank you!
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Helen W wrote a review May 2021
Nantwich8 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed in The Lodge. There was loads of space. Everything was absolutely spotlessly clean. Kitchen was very well equipped. Hannah and her husband made us feel very welcome, It was so good knowing they were on hand for any problems we may have had. We were grandparents with our daughter son in law and two grandsons aged 1 and 2. The little ones thoroughly enjoyed themselves....having bath time whilst watching the cows and sheep... Our towels were replenished halfway through our stay as we were there for eleven nights and we were offered fresh bedding. With Covid creating problems we felt totally happy with the cleanliness of the Lodge. They work so hard to keep it all spotless and immaculate, Beds exceptionally comfy. Plenty of seating Outside table and chairs to relax on Cosy underfloor heating It was just a wonderful holiday and we feel so fortunate to have stayed there. Well deserving of five stars. Flowers were a wonderful surprise. So welcoming Many thanks to all at East Jordeston Cottages. Book now you won’t regret it.
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Date of stay: May 2021
Dan G wrote a review Oct 2020
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Just returned from spending a week in one of the cottages. Cottage was spotless on arrival ,quiet location and St Florence village a 20 min walk away. Weather ok, a bit of rain but nothing to stop us visiting the various towns nearby. The local,pub (Sun Inn) not very good at observing social distancing but obviously for the local people. Would return again
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Date of stay: September 2020
Dianne B wrote a review Oct 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom14 contributions8 helpful votes
Would not hesitate to recommend these lovely cottages. We returned for a second time and stayed in a different cottage from last time. Both of the same standard. Lovely clean and warm cottages. Well equipped and finished to a high standard. Designed in old farm buildings, clever use of space, there was only two of us but would easily accomadate a family of six, or two couples as there was a King and double bedroom. One en-suit, another bathroom and a walk in shower downstairs attached to the sauna. Very quiet and not far for exploring all the lovely beaches and bays. There's also a safe play area at the cottages. Thank you Sandra for looking after us and being so welcoming.
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Date of stay: October 2019
United KingdomWalesPembrokeshireTenbySt. Florence
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Frequently Asked Questions about East Jordeston Cottages
Which popular attractions are close to East Jordeston Cottages?
Nearby attractions include The Reptile Experience (4.0 miles), Tenby's Great Escape (Escape Rooms) (0.9 miles), and Tenby Lifeboat Station (3.7 miles).
Is parking available at East Jordeston Cottages?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to East Jordeston Cottages?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Brewery Inn, Nora's Kitchen, and Cwlbox.
Is East Jordeston Cottages located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the centre of St. Florence.
Are there any historical sites close to East Jordeston Cottages?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tudor Merchant's House (3.6 miles), St. Catherine’s Island (3.7 miles), and St James The Great Church (2.7 miles).