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Greenhills Country House Hotel
St Florence
Tenby
West Wales

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Greenhills Country Hotel is delightfully located down a leafy lane in the historic Norman village of St. Florence. Since 1964 St. Florence has gained numerous awards in the Wales in Bloom, Britain in Bloom and Best kept Village category. In 1989 it won the prestigious Floral Village of Britain in Bloom competition and in 1998 the Prix d'Honour in the Europe 'Florale Entente' awards. St. Florence lies some three miles west of Tenby in the Ritec Valley at the foot of the northern slopes of the Ridgeway. The southern part of the village straddles the river. The village is served only by narrow minor roads with the Tenby/Sageston B4318 to the north and the ancient Ridgeway road to the south. Greenhills Country Hotel is situated within its own grounds with an outdoor swimming pool, which is heated between May and September. The poolside patio can provide a superb suntrap in the afternoons. The hotel also boasts a full sized sauna, solarium and its own private car park. Explore the beautiful bays and beaches of the Pembrokeshire coastline or simply relax by the pool. The area abounds with great days out. On your return, sample our food, for which we have an excellent reputation complemented by good wines at affordable prices.

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