Tenby House HotelTudor Square
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A smart building on the town square built in 1821 by Sir William Paxton in the style of a regency town house on the site of the former Globe Hotel (according to a blue plaque on the wall). This is a deceptively large bar comprising several sections. The comfortable sofa seated lounge near the front is decorated by framed caricatures of folk in their day, whereas the rest is more basically furnished leading to a games area at the rear with old brewery memorabilia. This rear section gives access to the garden.