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Tenby is protected from the outside world by powerful 13th century stone walls, which ironically attract visitors from around the world. The village is simply adorable with its many pubs and classic shops in a UK city. To further attract you to this village, it offers miles of beautiful beaches with gentle waves from a blue-gray ocean. Superb beaches, a cozy atmosphere, and beautiful pastel-colored Victorian houses, Tenby is one of Welsh's most charming seaside towns and allows you to explore all of South Pembrokeshire. The Welsh name of the city, Dinbych-y-pysgod (small fortress of fish), is a nod to the small fishing port at the foot of the fortifications.

Vacation rental at Tenby:

Tenby is built on a rock and overlooks the sea and the beautiful beaches. The town is located near the coastal path of Pembrokeshire in South West Wales. It is probably the most emblematic seaside resort in Wales: its architecture, its harbor, and the surrounding landscapes invite you to linger, in a charming and festive atmosphere. If you are planning to go to Tenby with your family but are postponing the venture because you have ambiguities regarding the choice of a place to stay. Let Cuddlynest be your guide here. By signing for its vacation rental service, you can book an entire home, condo, cabin or villa online. You will be enjoying all the amenities and facilities at reduced service rates. It offers packages for all sizes of families as you can book the entire house of 1-8 beds as per your unique family needs. Wondering how much it is going to cost? Well, with Cuddlynest you can enjoy a fulfilling trip to Tenby while staying in your budget. The amount you will be paying for 1-8 beds is only $100-$604.

Tourist attractions at Tenby:

Where to eat/drink:

Tenby has a range of excellent restaurants including D Fecci & Sons, Fecci's Ice Cream Parlor, Nana's Restaurant, Pam Pam Restaurant, Plantagenet House and Reef Coffee. You have to visit these during your stay in the city for eating the most delicious cuisines and mesmerizing aura. Here you cam saver the finger licking tastes that you will not be able to forget all your life. Following are some other places where you can eat, drink and have some good family time.

  • Blue Ball

Adored by critics and regulars, Blue Ball mainly serves fish and smoked meats. An option to seriously consider for Sunday lunch.

  • Coast Saundersfoot

This restaurant with marvelous beach views has received many awards, including the AA Guide for the Year in Wales. The dishes ranging from local game to melted chocolate are delicious.

  • Salt Cellar

The four friends who have been managing this restaurant together and recently have created an appetizing menu inspired by the natural beauty of Wales. Winner (rightly) of the double rosette AA.

  • Let's get Drunk!

Tenby has some pretty amazing places that get lit at night hours. For instance, Buccaneer Inn and Lifeboat Tavern. You can always go to these places with your beloved and have a night that stays fresh in your memory for years to come.


Tenby Museum

The wonderful setting of this museum, on the promontory of Castle Hill, must be among the most beautiful in the world. Local history and fine arts mingle in this unique place.

Bosherston Lakes

Otters, wild birds, and dragonflies live freely in this protected nature reserve. In this magical place, in late spring and early summer, the lakes are lined with water lilies.

Famous building:

This place has a significant amount of historical places and buildings that have awe-inspiring architecture. You can go to Norman castle, House of Tudor Merchants and Laston House with your family for experiencing the magnanimity that this place has to offer.

Places to go shopping:

There are numerous shopping places that you can go to for buying some souvenirs to carry back to your home.  Equinox, Junkee's, Llewellyn's Gallery, Somerfield supermarket, Pottery Shed Café, The Nook & The Cranny Tenby and White Lion Street Gallery are your options for shopping at Tenby.

Entertainment and amusement parks:

Tenby offers a lot of recreational opportunities for you and your family. You can take your children to  Heatherton World of Activities and The Dinosaur Park for having fun and spend some quality time with your family. Heatherton World of Activities is a source of endless fun for the whole family. Paintball, karting, fishing, golf, bowling indoors, baseball: anything is allowed.

Islands to visit:

This place has got all that you could ask for! Yes, there are islands too. You have to visit the Caldey Island, St Catherine Island and St Margaret Island for experiencing the abundance of natural beauty.

Places of worship:

You can visit the Church of St Illtyd and Church of St Mary whenever you feel the need to reconnect to God. The building of these churches is worth seeing!

Monumental value of Tenby:

The best way to have a sneak peek into the magnificence of Tenby is to visit the Carew Castle, Hill Quay, Manorbier Castle,  RNLI Rescue Stations, Tenby Island - St Catherine's and Tenby Lifeboat Station.

Museums and Art Galleries:

When you are in the city, you have to visit the treat for eyes that the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery has to offer. This place is so amazing that you are going to get lost in its beauty and magnanimity.

Tenby is the charming Welsh name that suits this fortified seaside town with a vibrant boating community. Being located at the Pembrokeshire, it is considered an excellent starting point for exploring Britain's only almost fully coastal national park. So, are you ready to explore its 13th-century fortifications, admire its colorful buildings and spend a day on its amazing beaches? What is stopping you from going back in time with a visit to the Tudor Merchant's House, furnished as in the 1500s? Let us book an entire house for you and your family at your next vacation destination named Tenby in a hassle-free and cost-effective manner!

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