Tudor Merchant's House
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Quay Hill · interesting places nearby
Tudor Merchant's House information
Tenby's oldest buildings are found on steep Quay Hill. This handsome town house was once the dwelling of a late-15th-century merchant and has been restored as it would have been in 1500. Period furnishings and the remains of early frescoes can be seen on the interior walls. The merchant's shop, kitchen, bedchamber and the latrine tower can all be explored.