Rebleen Guest House

Opening times: All year(except Christmas)

Rebleen is a Victorian terraced house situated in a superb location in West Wales’ premier resort within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offering  quality standards of d̩cor and comfort, friendly personal service and a cosy relaxed atmosphere 

Two minutes walk outside the historic medieval walled town of Tenby and overlooking the Blue Flag South Beach, Caldey Island and Tenby’s links golf course.

Park the car in the Rectory car park adjacent to the guest house at a reasonable cost – a welcome solution to any parking problems! 

Rebleen is ideally placed for a number of outdoor activities – walking, surfing, windsurfing, sailing, golfing, fishing, horse riding to name but a few!!

"Quality is not expensive it is priceless"  –  We (Elaine and John Rowe), established the business in 1987 and continue to provide 1st class accommodation with quality furnishings e.g. egyptian cotton bedlinen, in 6 en-suite bedrooms (5 double,

1 twin)

The high standard of d̩cor is carried throughout all the bedrooms situated on the 1st and 2nd floor, and all are equipped with flatscreen television, cd/clock radio, tea and coffee facilities, en-suite bathroom or shower room, complimentary toiletries, hairdryers

and individual thermostat controlled heating. Access is provided to rooms at all times.

Rebleen has been awarded a VisitWales 4 star guest house grading and is a Welcome Host establishment.

Rebleen is a no smoking guest house in compliance with government legislation.



Rebleen Guest House
Southcliff Street
SA70 7EA





The Coronavirus crisis is not over so some restrictions remain in place in Wales. Please understand that things may be slightly different to what you may be used to. This includes a 2 METER social distancing rule. You will also be asked to provide your name and details of where you are staying when you book restaurants or tickets for activities/attractions. This is necessary for the track & trace system which helps to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, to protect our communities, the public and our health services.

Please help us to look after the health of our communities and to protect our environment, land and seascapes .