Tenby Travel guide
Tenby : Michelin's recommendations
Sited on a rocky headland, this little medieval town offers all the attractions of a seaside resort in a harmonious and compact fashion. Dinbych-y-Pysgod (Little Fish Fort) originated in a small Welsh fortress on Castle Hill. Later, it became a satellite of the Norman stronghold at Pembroke, was sacked by the Welsh, then rebuilt with surrounding ramparts.
Tourist attractions Tenby : Things to see and do
Castle Hill GB - Tenby SA70 7BP
The jetty, massive retaining walls, Fishermen's Chapel and warehouses, backing onto an attractive group of Georgian and Regency houses rising to the cliff top form an attractive picture. Superb sandy beaches extend north and south. Castle Hill has a ..
The Croft GB - Tenby SA70 7AP
Landward is a good stretch of the town walls, enclosing a characteristically intricate web of medieval streets, widening out at St Mary's, one of Wales' largest parish churches, with a 46 m-high spire. The Tudor Merchant's House , virtually unchange..
THE PARAGON GB - TENBY SA70 7HR
Prix Prices from : 179 £
"Built into the old stone walls of the old town The Imperial Hotel enjoys a stunning cliff top location offering some of the most picturesque views of both Carmarthen Bay and the Pembrokeshire coastline. The Hotel boasts comfortable accommodatio..
North Cliff GB - Tenby SA70 8AT
Prix Prices from : 75 £
With wonderful views across Tenby Bay, The Park Hotel offers beautiful cliff top terraces and gardens, an outdoor swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and free private parking. The hotel is peacefully located above Tenby's Blue Flag North Beach, with the Pembr..
22-23 THE NORTON GB - TENBY SA70 8AB
The Albany Hotel is ideally located along the Pembrokeshire Coastline, and only a couple of minutes stroll to the North Beach and Harbour. Near to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and close proximity to many local attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park..