- 7 Tudor Square, Tenby SA70 7AD
- 17 Upper Frog St, Tenby SA70 7JD
- 1 St George’s St, Tenby SA70 7JB
- 14 High St, Tenby SA70 7HD
- 3 Crackwell St, Tenby SA70 7HA
- 26 Tudor Way, Heywood Ln, Tenby SA70 8BX
Both a walled coastal town in Pembrokeshire, Wales, on the western side of Carmarthen Bay, and a local government community, Tenby has a rich history.
There are sandy beaches for walking for over two and a half miles (four and a half kilometers) and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to explore. Other attractions include the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, the St. Mary’s Church from the 15th century, and the Tudor Merchant’s House, which is owned by the National Trust and dates back to the 15th century.
The offshore monastery of Caldey Island can be reached by boat from Tenby’s harbor. The Palmerston Fort on St. Catherine’s Island dates back to the 19th century, and the island itself is subject to flooding and erosion during high tide.
There is a functioning train station in town. From Cardigan in Ceredigion, you may reach Tenby and the rest of the M4 in around 40 miles by taking the A478 via the A477, the A40, and the A48 (64 km).
Hotels in Tenby
- Royal Lion Hotel Tenby
Address: 1 High St, Tenby SA70 7EX, United Kingdom
- Premier Inn Tenby
Address: White Lion St, Tenby SA70 7ET, United Kingdom
- Imperial Hotel
Address: The Imperial Hotel, The Paragon, Tenby SA70 7HR, United King
Address: Upper Frog St, Tenby SA70 7JD, United Kingdom
- Belgrave Hotel
Address: The Belgrave Hotel, The, Esplanade, Tenby SA70 7DU, United Kingdom
Address: 23 Victoria St, Tenby SA70 7DY, United Kingdom
- Cliffe Norton Hotel
Address: The Norton, Dyfed, Tenby SA70 8AA, United Kingdom
- Giltar Hotel
Address: Giltar Hotel, 9 Esplanade, Tenby SA70 7DU, United Kingdom
- Atlantic Hotel
Address: Esplanade, Tenby SA70 7DU, United Kingdom
- Cottage Court Hotel
Address: Narberth Rd, Tenby SA70 8HT, United Kingdom