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If you want effortless entertainment, then the Tudor Merchant's House isn't for you; 10-15 minutes and you'll leave disappointed and feeling the £5.25 entrance fee wasn't money well spent. However, for those genuinely interested in history - and I'm a latecomer to that category -...More
A rather small member of the national trust collection but worth a visit. Not sure the entrance fee of £5 plus is worth it, though as a National trust member We didn't have to pay. The building from the outside takes you back in time...More
A wonderful insight into life of a Tudor merchant and his family. The story of which was told too us by a very knowledgable young lady recently graduated from Bath university.
Some fascinating info so ask after The meaning of A Square Meal, and Sleeptight,...More
We found this National Trust property as we explored Tenby on a rather dismal day. It absolutely fantastic, it started life as the home of a Flemish merchant. The guides are more than willing to tell you about it's history and the way the family...More
I stumbled across this lovely building while visiting Tenby and popped in for a quick look, as I am a National Trust member. It is a small building, on several floors, with a small garden area behind. I am particularly interested in the Tudor period,...More
This is a small but perfectly formed National Trust property to visit right in the centre of Tenby and so easy to get to, if you are staying locally. The NT guide was well informed and even showed us a merchant's ledger from the time...More