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PenallyUnited Kingdom

Experience Penally: its parks, dining and more!

Venture to sights like Pembrokeshire Coast National Park as you discover the local area in Penally.

Top hotels in Penally

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
The Loft, Trefloyne Manor
The Loft, Trefloyne Manor
3.5 out of 5

Situated near the beach, this cottage is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Tenby Golf Club and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Tenby Beach. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and Paragon ...

The Loft, Trefloyne Manor
Trefloyne Manor
Trefloyne Manor
5 out of 5

Situated in Tenby, this luxury guesthouse is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Tenby Golf Club and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Tenby Beach. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and ...

4.8/5Exceptional! (45 reviews)
Amazing

"We had an amazing time...the food was outstanding the location was great. The only 2 flaws was the TV lost BBC1, BBC2 and ITV....and there was no internet in the coach house room"…"

Reviewed on 6 Mar 2020

Trefloyne Manor
The Foxglove
The Foxglove
3.5 out of 5
The price is £840 per night

Situated near the beach, this holiday home is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Tenby Golf Club and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Tenby Beach. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and ...

The Foxglove

Popular places to visit in Penally

Tenby Beach
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Tenby Beach

4.5/5(150 reviews)

Visitors to Wales are often staggered by quite how picturesque it can be here and nowhere more so than at Tenby, probably the most iconic seaside town in the country. Tenby Beach is the generic name given to not one but four of its beaches, all of which offer sheltered, deep blue water and outstanding views.

Pembroke Castle
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Pembroke Castle

4.5/5(43 reviews)

Pembroke Castle is the birthplace of the first Tudor king and has enough graceful majesty to more than match its place in history. The 11th century fort is packed full of surprises and won't fail to amaze first-time visitors to this gorgeous corner of Wales.

Barafundle Bay
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Barafundle Bay

5/5(32 reviews)

Why not spend a lazy afternoon at Barafundle Bay during your trip to Pembroke? Visit the spas in this walkable area or simply enjoy its cafes.

Manorbier Castle
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Manorbier Castle

4.5/5(33 reviews)

One of the foremost charms of the Pembrokeshire Coast, Manorbier Castle makes for a fantastic day out, especially for families and anyone with a passion for Welsh history. This well-preserved Norman Castle is to be found not far from the pretty seaside town of Tenby. With medieval frescoes visible in the old chapel and a fine gatehouse with intact defensive facilities, despite the inevitable decay caused by the passage of time, this remains a majestic and atmospheric structure.

Kidwelly Castle
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Kidwelly Castle

4.5/5(9 reviews)

Through the mist, the soldiers on the battlements heard the sound of a horse approaching. They would have been prepared for an imminent attack, but before they could make out whether it was friend or foe, their unexpected visitors drew closer, and the soldiers saw they weren’t on horseback after all - it was a knight, accompanied by just one servant, banging together the two halves of a coconut shell.

Marloes Sands
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Marloes Sands

5/5(20 reviews)

Marloes Sands is a remote beach on the southernmost tip of Pembrokeshire in South Wales.

Top things to do in Penally

Aerial Archery Session
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Aerial Archery Session

£47
Per adult

Reviews of Penally

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23 Aug 2019

There is sooo much you can do in Penally. We were out on a different beach everyday and Penally is in the middle of it all

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