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Great YHA in a fantastic area of Pembrokeshire. There was a lot of space for me to do work and it was clean and not overcrowded. Enjoyed my stay very much. Staff were pleasant.
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This beautiful historic town on the Pembrokeshire coast is one of Wales’s most iconic holiday destinations. It’s wonderful location on a headland boasting stunning views over the sea, alongside its sandy beaches make it the perfect spot to while away the day. But Tenby is more than just the picture-postcard British seaside town - its long and fascinating history can be seen in its Medieval architecture and most strikingly in the Norman-era walls that encircle the town.
With hostel options in the countryside around Tenby, you’ll be able to make the most of this lively, intriguing seaside town whilst also being able to make the most of Pembrokeshire’s delightful scenery.
A stay at a Tenby hostel promises views and activities unlike any other. Perhaps you’ll stay in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, less than 10 minutes from Tenby itself, and enjoy spectacular views out to sea. From here you can make the most of the invigorating sea walks nearby, or perhaps surf or kayak at Manorbier Bay.
Or you might choose to get further away from it all and stay closer to the remote Skrinkle Bay. Here, whilst you’ll still find great facilities, you won’t be overwhelmed by crowds.
No matter where you choose to stay, you’ll want to enjoy the restaurants Tenby has to offer. If you head to Tudor Merchant’s House or Tudor Square you’ll find a wonderful selection of places to eat. What’s more, you’ll also discover some of Tenby’s finest historical buildings, many of which are now hotels that would welcome guests for lunch, afternoon tea or an evening meal and drinks.
With amazing sea views from your hostel, you’ll surely want to make the most of Tenby’s beaches, all three of which have won awards. If you’re looking for a more rugged stretch of coastline, whether it’s to surf, or to explore the coves at low tide, then Castle Beach is the beach for you. However if its sand, shingle, promenades and ice cream you’re after then you should head towards South Beach, where you’ll be able to enjoy wonderful views across to Caldey Island.
A stay here in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is the ideal place to take the family. With Manorbier Castle just a 20-minute walk away, you’ll be able to enjoy a stroll to this historic site that enjoys enviable views over the beach.
Alternatively, Tenby itself offers a selection of attractions that of course include the magnificent beaches, but also the Dinosaur Park, as well as the town’s charming harbour.
From narrow cobbled streets, to historic town walls and wonderful medieval architecture, it’ll come as no surprise to discover that Tenby has always fuelled the imagination. Writers including Jane Austen, Beatrix Potter and Roald Dahl have all found inspiration here. But it’s not all heritage and history. Tenby’s lively pub scene, and wonderful beach fronts ensure that its also a bubbly place to stay for all.