The oldest Furnished residence in Tenby / A National Trust property , since 1937.
A restored 15th century Tudor Merchant's House, situated close to the harbour within the
historic walled town of Tenby , the house is characteristic of the area at the time when
Tenby was a thriving trading port, trading with the West Country, Spain and Portugal.
The house belonged to a middle class merchant who lived in it with his family and servants
and at the same time, did trading in a ground floor room .
Features of the house include a fine 'Flemish' round chimney , at the rear of the house ,
and the original scarfed roof trusses
The remains of 18th century frescos can be seen on three interior walls and the house
is furnished to recreate family life from the Tudor period onwards.
Outside there is a small herb garden.
Quay Hill , off Crackwell St ( which overlooks the Harbour).
Location: SN 135 004