Harriet’s House is a special place, not just for it’s popular location in Pembrokeshire and spectacular Tenby harbour views but because it was the first property that Kit and John Davis purchased in 1993 when they first set up the Harriet Davis Seaside Holiday Trust for Disabled Children.
Harriet died of a rare degenerative illness when she was 11 years old, and the house originally known as Upper Albion was named in her honour. As with all four of our houses, it is fully adapted with specialist equipment to allow children and adults like Harriet to enjoy a holiday with family and friends, something that would prove almost impossible in many instances.
The building is grade II listed and requires specialist leadwork contractors to repair the roof, guttering and stop the rain ingress. The cost will be in the region of £20k.
Without your kind support our house will rapidly deteriorate and we will lose the opportunity to provide holidays and respite breaks for our families who have enjoyed hundreds of happy holidays with us at Harriet’s House.