Tenby House Hotel

Tenby House HotelSituated in the heart of historic Tenby, close to three golden beaches Tenby House is an ideal base for your stay in picturesque Pembrokeshire. There has been an inn or hotel on the site since mediaeval times. Our lively seaside pub was built by Sir William Paxton as his Tenby regency home, and we offer bed & breakfast in eighteen tastefully furnished en-suite rooms. We also provide self catering accommodation in two nearby cottages, especially suited for family holidays. Have you got a celebration coming up, and need a venue, why not take over Paxton’s Bistro? Our self contained restaurant at the rear of the courtyard is available for private functions, weddings, and parties. On the way back from a hard day at the beach? Then pop in with the family for a refreshing pint or a bite to eat in one of our bars or beer garden. Sit back and watch the premiership on Sky. We have all the big football, rugby and cricket here on our wide screens. Freshly prepared meals are available daily and we are proud to use Pembrokeshire produce whenever possible.   Make sure you check out our specials boards  for our fresh local seafood. We are only a stone’s throw from the harbour and always get the best catch. 

The Clarence Hotel

Clarence HotelIf you're looking for Tenby accommodation for coaches and group hotel bookings then you have come to the right place. Coaches and groups are welcome at The Clarence House Hotel in Tenby and discounts are offered for large group bookings. Please call the hotel to discuss your requirements and we can price your accommodation accordingly. Receive a warm welcome to Clarence House Hotel from our friendly receptionists. Reception is manned daily from 8am to 11pm by our four receptionists who are happy to help with any queries you may have - pop in and have a chat. Reception working hours could vary in low season.

The Welsh Gift Shop

The Welsh Gift ShopThe Welsh Gift Shop

A family business since 1840, this shop has an amazing comprehensive collection of all things Welsh, including a large range of love spoons. Great for souvenirs!

Valero

ValeroValero acquired Pembroke Refinery in South West Wales in 2011, marking Valero’s entry into the European refining market. Opened in 1964, the refinery is one of the largest, most complex refineries in Western Europe. It makes products including gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and petrochemical feedstocks. About 44% of Pembroke’s products are gasolines, including ultra-low sulphur gasoline, and about 40% of products are distillates. Upgrades and installation of special equipment over the years have boosted the plant’s complexity and ability to process difficult crudes, such as acidic, heavy crude.
 
Refinery Facts

Built in 1964 as a hydroskimmer; with cat-cracking capacity added in 1982;
Acquired from Chevron in 2011;
Occupies approximately 450 acres of a 1,275 acre site on the southern shore of the Milford Haven Waterway in Pembrokshire, Wales;
Deep-water port and docks can handle very large ships, without reliance on third-party terminals or pipelines;
Total throughput capacity of 270,000 barrels per day, including 220,000 barrels per day of crude oil, plus 50,000 barrels per day of other feedstocks;
Approximately 10.5 million barrels of storage, about half used for feedstocks;
Large FCC and alkylation units provide significant volumetric production gains;
Nelson complexity rating of 11.6 ranks among the top refineries in Western Europe;
Refinery scale, flexibility, location and logistical advantages enhance Valero's optimization and trading strategy in the Atlantic Basin;
Major national employer in Wales, including about 550 employees and 400 term contractors;
50th anniversary of the refinery celebrated in 2014 by a visit from Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Molson Coors

Molson CoorsBeer is our passion, our heritage and our future.

For more than 350 years we’ve been brewing, innovating and delighting the world’s drinkers. This is what gets us out of bed in the morning:

 A Love of Beer

We create extraordinary, premium beer at breweries from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado in the US to the storied Burton-on-Trent brewery in the UK, to Prague's celebrated brewing heritage in the Czech Republic, and the oldest brewery in Montreal, Canada. From our founding families and executive leaders, to our master brewers and our sales teams, we are a brewing company that loves what we do. And we never take it for granted.

A Passion for Building Extraordinary Brands

Our portfolio has more than 100 beer brands including Coors Light, Molson Canadian, Miller Lite, Carling and Staropramen, as well as craft and specialty beers like Blue Moon, Creemore Springs and Cobra. Ours is a long and successful history of building local and international brands inspired by the insights we gain from talking to our drinkers.

A Dedication to Innovation

As a brewing company in love with beer, we’re always looking for ways to challenge the expected and bring something new and exciting to our drinkers.  In 1959 we developed the first recyclable aluminum beer can. Today, new, cold-activated bottles and cans bring Coors Light’s Rocky Mountain cold refreshment to life around the world. Carling’s Home Draft allows drinkers to bring the great draft taste of the UK’s # 1 lager from the pub into their home. Recently we launched Molson M in Canada, the world’s only microcarbonated lager. Ane we have a well earned reputation as the most innovative brewer in Central Europe. We never stop learning from the people who drink our beer and that is what drives our innovation.

A Business Built on Responsible Practices

We care about the communities and the places where we brew and market our beers, just like you do.  We believe integrity, respect and accountability have to be a part of everything we do, everywhere we do it or it’s not worth doing. That’s how we do business and it won’t change.

TP Hughes

TP Hughes "Founded on value, growing on value"

Chris and Anna Mr. T.P. Hughes' slogan has been synonymous with the Tenby independent department store since it commenced trading as 12 High Street on September 29, 1903. 
 Having trained at William Owen, a large department store in London, he brought fresh ideas back to his native Pembrokeshire. For 20 years, he did all the buying, specialising in soft furnishings and linens and employing around 20 assistants. Flash from Tenby Observer-Click here for full size  His son Sidney was born on the same day the shop was opened, and joined the firm in 1922 when a branch was opened in Haverfordwest. This was followed by the opening of the Carmarthen store in 1932. After T.P. Hughes died in 1936, Sydney became managing director and, supported by his two sons, Tom and David, worked hard to provide department store facilities for the local community until his death in 1985.  Tom and David ensured continued prosperity with a payroll of some 220 staff until late in the 1980's when independent stores became victim of the world recession.

The Hughes family were hard - pressed to save their business and in 1987 the freehold property in Carmarthen was sold. Tom and David set about de-merging their business equity and in 1989 the Haverfordwest Business became known as Tom Hughes (now successfully run by Tom's son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Elaine, who have also re-opened in Carmarthen).  The original store in Tenby came under sole control of David's family, and his wife, Dawn, became company secretary. David's son and daughter, Chris and Anna, became successful buyers before taking the reins following his retirement in November 2003. 

Giltar Hotel

Giltar HotelThe hotel is within a short walking distance of the historic walled town of Tenby. Inside the town walls you will discover medieval cobbled streets, a delightful selection of shops, pretty coloured houses and the picturesque working harbour.

A Tenby hotel with a year-round appeal.

Our people are passionate about customer service enabling you to relax and enjoy your stay with us.

Beautiful secluded setting in sunny, spacious location.

Fine Pembrokeshire food and drink with a choice of formal and informal dining.

A people and family friendly location place.

Perched on the spectacular coast of Pembrokeshire in the charming resorts of Tenby.

Absolute Bowls

Gold Cup Patron

 

Absolute BowlsThe Absolute Group is a National independent company specialising in sports products, equipment, refurbishment, service and maintenance.

We have an established, professional team of technical staff, surveyors and engineers with over 150 years experience. With superb service and workmanship we can solve any problems you may have with any of your products. We are privillaged to be associated with many of the World's leading top suppliers who rely upon our company to maintain the highest standards.

We pride ourselves in putting ALL our customers first, understanding and responding to your needs at any time and are well placed geographically with our Head Office in Swansea and service branches in regions throughout the UK.

We offer a comprehensive range of products giving you excellent value for money. We believe in realistic prices and honesty only using the finest materials and products. We have an excellent understanding of the market place and a great passion for excellence and professionalism in our service.

We have a large range of products available to choose from : Snooker, Pool, Darts, Hockey, Netball, Bowls, Teamwear, Cricket and Table Tennis. We strive to provide customers with satisfaction and look forward to a long standing relationship with all of our customers.

Forthcoming Events

Sun Jul 23 @14:00 - 05:00PM
Carmarthen CBA v PCBA
Tue Jul 25 @14:00 -
Carmarthen CBA v Senior County
Thu Jul 27 @14:00 -
Milford v Goscar
Sat Sep 30
Green Closes
Wed Nov 15 @19:00 -
Club AGM
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