Things to see and do - Tenby
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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
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 ..
A good part of the castle as it is today dates from the late 13c/early 14C. However, the most surprising part is the north wing, which was begun in around 1558 by Sir John Perrot, supposed son of Henry VIII and Mary Berkeley, wife of Sir Thomas Perro..
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 unchanged,..
The Parragon GB - Tenby SA70 7HR
Located only 10 minutes' walk from Tenby Rail Station, the Imperial Hotel offers en suite accommodation, free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and a bar. The property benefits from a stunning cliff top location, boasting views of both Carmarthen Bay and the Pembr..
Esplanade GB - Tenby SA70 7DU
With views of Caldey Island, Clarence House Hotel is just 200 metres from Tenby’s beaches. The lively town centre is just a 5-minute walk away. Guests can enjoy a drink from The Seagull Bar in the beautiful rose garden, or play pool or darts in the ..
White Lion Street, Tenby, Pembrokeshire GB - Tenby SA70 7ET
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