Enjoy a holiday in one of the most iconic seaside spots in Wales
when you stay at one of our holiday cottages in Tenby. Take your pick from our
range of top-quality, family accommodation from amazing barn conversions and traditional
cottages to Tenby apartments designed for maximum exposure to the sights and sounds of the town they call Dinbych-y-Pysgod. Whatever your family, group or couple's needs or tastes be, our Tenby
holiday cottages, with luxury touches such as hot tubs and
log fires are guaranteed to enhance your experience of this fantastic seaside resort. It is little wonder that holidaymakers keep coming back to stay with us in Tenby time
and time again.
You will find that our Tenby holiday cottages are simply perfect for couples or family parties of varying sizes, and therefore making them ideal for those romantic breaks, group gatherings or a holiday home that the whole family will enjoy. Many of our holiday cottages are also wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly, to cater for all needs.
The historic seaside town of Tenby is by far one of Wales' most
iconic towns, so much so that it was awarded a silver award for the best UK
coastal resort in 2016 at the British Travel Awards. The picturesque and famed harbour is probably the most photographed of all seaside harbours in Wales. During your holiday to Tenby, you will find
that most of the old Tenby town walls, built in the 12 Century, still frame the medieval town and are visible as you walk
along the small and weaving cobbled streets. Perched overlooking the crystal
waters are colourful medieval houses that provide the picture of a classic
seaside resort, particularly when you are enjoying some tasty local fish and
Tenby is famed, not only for its harbour, but its four fantastic beaches. In 2019, Tenby Castle Beach won The Sunday Times Beach of the Year award, and you will know why once you see it.
All of these features add to the charm of Tenby that draws thousands upon thousands of people to the town each year. Along the famous harbour, you can enjoy a range of cafes, pubs and restaurants that allow you to dine al fresco in the summertime, as well as a number of gift shops, museums, and art galleries to explore. Make your way to the coastline to enjoy one of the 4 beaches on offer at Tenby or take a boat over to Caldey Island, just off from Tenby's South Beach, which features an active monastery. Families will enjoy the nearby attractions of the wildlife park, the Dinosaur Park at Great Wedlock, or either of the two local zoos at Folly Farm or Manor Wildlife Park. Whilst for the adults, two great golf courses are available close by or a range of fun water sports to get the adrenaline pumping!
Check out our guide of '5 Amazing Things to do in Tenby', and explore everything from the hidden nooks and cranny's that this essential and iconic Welsh town has to offer. Tenby is a treasure chest of spoils, tightly packed into a few square miles of stunningly beautiful landscape and charming streets. On offer in Tenby, you will find:
There's nothing not to like about Tenby, except maybe having to leave!
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Tenby is a picturesque harbour resort, with plenty to do in the immediate, as well as surrounding areas. There are award-winning restaurants in Tenby and Saundersfoot, Zoos and Theme parks close by and natural beauty spots, coastal path walks and amazing beaches and coves dotted around the Carmarthen bay headland all make for a truly memorable stay in what is one of the most popular holiday towns in all of Wales. Tenby also plays host to two massive sporting events, Long Course Weekend and Ironman, as well as many smaller runs and charity happenings. Around 2,500 athletes regularly descended on Tenby each September to compete in one of the world's most challenging triathlon events, Ironman Wales.
Boat Trips to Caldey IslandCaldey Island is owned and run by the Reformed Order of Cistercian monks, who live a simple life farming the island alongside a small village community. An inhabited holy island since the 10th Century, the current order of monks produce famous homegrown items including chocolate, ice cream, clotted cream, shortbread and yoghurt, as well as their own perfumes and hand lotions derived from wildflowers that grow on the island. Boat trips to Caldey Island run to and from the island every 15 minutes from 9.30 am until 5.00 pm Monday to Friday, and on Saturdays from mid-May until mid-September. You can buy tickets at the kiosk on Tenby harbour slipway, to visit the whitewashed monastery and abbey.
Tenby Castle Beach (Blue Flag Status)Winner of The Sunday Times Beach of the Year 2019, the sandy Castle Beach is backed by cliffs lying between Castle Hill and East Cliff. Easy access for all is via the harbour or down the flight of steps off The Paragon for the more adventurous. At low tide, it is possible to walk to St Catherine's Island and climb the steps to their museum. The beach is safe and is patrolled by a lifeguard (10am-6pm) during the summer season. Boat trips from here go to Caldey Island on low tides. Dog are welcome but restrictions apply on this beach from May to September.
Ghost Walks & Guided Walking Tours of TenbyRegular themed guided walks through Tenby depart from Tudor Square. You can select different walks depending on your preference. There is 'The Story of Tenby' which covers the towns fascinating history or, for the more stern of heart, the fantastically good fun Ghost Walk of Tenby is a light-hearted family-friendly tour that includes stories about ghost, pirates, fairies, witches, tales, and tradition so good, that is was included in the Sunday Times as one of the top 5 Ghost Walks in Britain. (Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Tourist Information Centre in Upper Park Road, Tenby)