TenbyCopyright Jonathan Billinger

Tenby is one of this countryís favourite resort towns, and with very good reason or rather many reasons, including its famous castle, Tudor Merchantís House, the pretty harbour, narrow streets full of character, and its fine beaches... Read More

"You may travel the world over but you will find nowhere more beautiful; It is so restful, so colourful and so unspoilt (Tenby)"
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To celebrate our 25th Anniversary we decided to visit Tenby ...More

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Tenby Blues Festival
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Tenby Arts Festival
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Hotels in Tenby - 26 places to stay

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Atlantic Hotel

Atlantic Hotel
Step through the Atlantic's portico entrance and there's a sense of peace - an atmosphere of timeless elegance that's been carefully preserved so our guests can enjoy the luxury of a most relaxing environment.

The Atlantic ... More | Double Room: From £61.50 | visit website
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Heywood Mount

Heywood Mount

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This hotel with spa leisure suite stands in one acre of mature grounds, only half a mile from Tenbyís golden beaches. Heywood Mount is a spacious, comfortable and elegant Visit Wales 4-star ... More

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Fourcroft Hotel

Fourcroft Hotel
On the cliffs above Tenby's sheltered, sunny North Beach, Fourcroft looks spectacularly over the old fishing harbour and across Carmarthen Bay. Though only five minutes walk from the mediaeval walled town centre, with its quaint alleys, ... More | Double Room: From £65 | visit website
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Esplanade Hotel

The Hotel boasts breathtaking views facing south beach and overlooking Caldey Island and St Catherine's Access to the south beach is directly opposite the hotel via steps to the magnificent sandy beach. A two ... More | Double Room: From £30 - £119 | visit website
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Imperial Hotel

Imperial Hotel
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 ... More | visit website
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Royal Lion Hotel

Royal Lion Hotel

The Royal Lion Hotel appeals essentially to those who on holiday look for peace and quietness amongst surroundings of interest and beauty. Its greatest asset as it nestles behind the Old Town wall lies in ... More | visit website

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Normandie Inn

Normandie Inn
The Normandie, can be found nestled between the Medieval Town Walls and Upper Frog Street in the picturesque seaside resort of Tenby, in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, on the South West corner of Wales.

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Broadmead Hotel

Broadmead Hotel

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In a secluded setting, in an acre of landscaped grounds, this period country house residence is situated within easy walking distance of the historic walled town of Tenby. Originally established in 1982, ... More

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Greenhills Country House Hotel

Greenhills Country House Hotel
Greenhills Country Hotel is delightfully located down a leafy lane in the historic Norman village of St. Florence. Since 1964 St. Florence has gained numerous awards in the Wales in Bloom, Britain in Bloom and ... More | visit website

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