Tenby is calling! Discover its churches, fishing, golf and more.

Tenby is protected by theembrace of its 13th century medieval stone walls. The entrance to the old townis guarded by the famous, perfectly preserved five arches gate. The town itselfwraps itself around a hilltop, providing stunning views of the sandyPembrokeshire coastline and bustling harbour below.

The town’s ancient cobbled lanes are lined withboutique shops and fantastic restaurants, which, combined with the stunningnatural beauty of the surrounding area, make Tenbya justifiably popular tourist destination.

Shopping in TenbyThis beautiful medieval town caters for a wide rangeof tastes. If independent boutiques are what you’re looking for, head intoTenby’s winding, cobbled streets and delight inthe treasure trove of vintage shops on offer.

Everything in Tenby iswithin walking distance, making it ideal for a relaxed day of retailtherapy.

If you begin to flag you can always stop off for acoffee at one of the beautiful tea rooms around Frog Street or take in the seaviews at the cafes and ice cream parlours that line the promenade.

Nature in TenbyTenby boasts threegorgeous beaches, each with their own unique character. They all face differentdirections, so you will always be able to find sun, shade or shelter, and canenjoy the views no matter what the weather.

Walk along Tenby’s SouthBeach towards Giltar Point and the start of the PembrokeshireCoastal Path. From here, you will see fabulous views of CaldeyIsland.

Go to Castle Beach at low tide and walk out to St.Catherine’s Island to explore the many rock pools around the cliffs. CastleBeach has been awarded both the Blue Flag 2014 and the Seaside award forexcellent water quality, making it a great beach for swimming, canoeing andsurfing.

Restaurants in TenbyTenby has a wide varietyof independent restaurants and bistros to suit any price range.

Head up to one of the restaurants near the TudorMerchants Houses or Tudor Square and dine in an old medieval building for atruly unique experience.

The South Beach also has some great dining options,complete with stunning sea views. Here you will find some award-winningpizzerias offering excellent value for money.

Activities in TenbyTenby boasts twobeautiful golf courses and offers a range of water sport activities, includingwater skiing and kayaking. Motor boats can be hired to explore the many cavesfound around the mainland or the neighbouring islands and mackerel fishing tripscan be booked at the harbour.

For some extra action, head to Battlefield LIVE! inLlanteg, eight miles east, for some laser warfare to be enjoyed by allages.

Tenbyis a charming town with a great deal of character that has something foreveryone, regardless of your price range. Relax and enjoy your trip to Tenby

Known for

Churches, Fishing and Golf

Top hotels in Tenby

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
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Trefloyne Manor
5 out of 5
4.8/5Exceptional! (21 reviews)

"Lovely location, gorgeous accommodation. Breakfast was fantastic !!"…"

Reviewed on 10 Sep 2019

Trefloyne Manor
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Clarence House Hotel
3.5 out of 5
The Esplanade, Tenby, Wales
£61
per night
1 Oct-2 Oct
3.9/5Good! (55 reviews)

"Good central location close to beach and town centre."…"

Reviewed on 8 Sep 2019

Clarence House Hotel
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Heywood Spa Hotel
3 out of 5
£110
per night
1 Oct-2 Oct
4.4/5Excellent! (38 reviews)

"We loved this hotel and were made to feel most welcome. We used the pool every day and it was never busy. Lovely large family room and great breakfast choice. Would definitely return. It is about a 15 minute to town but we enjoyed it. Fabulous."…"

Reviewed on 1 Sep 2019

Heywood Spa Hotel