Property linked to Peter Rabbit up for sale in Tenby
Beatrix Potter inspiration for Peter Rabbit, came from this seafront property in Tenby which has gone up for sale for a whopping £1.8million.
Number 2 Croft Terrace in Tenby was the holiday destination of the well-loved children’s author Beatirx Potter in 1900. It was here that the garden inspired her to write a letter telling tales of rabbits living on the cliffs and painted a lily pond which was featured in the Tale of Peter Rabbit when it was published two years later.
A copy of one of Beatrix Potter’s letters about Tenby is on display in the hallway of the property.
This property has stunning views of North Beach, the panoramic sea and harbour and is a Grade II Listed Georgian property. Following the merge with 1 Croft Terrace, its now known as Croft House and has been recently listed for sale with Fine and Country Pembrokeshire for £1.8 million.
Starting its life as two very spacious 4 storey town houses and once a 20-bedroomed hotel, this property is now being sold as 8 self-catering holiday apartments. It is being sold by the family that has owned for the last 50 years.
So if you’re finding yourself pondering over where to spend your next few millions this could be an option!!