Tenby holiday cottages

Nestled along the breathtaking Pembrokeshire coast, Tenby holiday cottages offer an idyllic escape. With its picturesque beaches, charming harbour, and rich history, Tenby is a coastal paradise waiting to be explored. Boasting some of the most beautiful beaches in Wales, from the golden sands of Castle Beach to the family-friendly South Beach, you'll find the perfect spot to soak up the sun. With crystal-clear waters, Tenby is a haven for water sports enthusiasts. Try your hand at kayaking, paddleboarding, or even take a boat trip to Caldey Island. Wander through Tenby's cobbled streets and discover its medieval walls and Tudor-style architecture. Explore the town's rich history, including the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery. Tenby comes alive with various events throughout the year, from the Tenby Arts Festival to the Tenby Blues Festival, offering a vibrant cultural scene. Our Tenby holiday cottages provide a comfortable and authentic stay, offering a home away from home.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Tenby

Tenby, a delightful coastal town located in Pembrokeshire offers a blend of natural beauty, historical charm, and seaside relaxation. Here are some of the main places to visit in Tenby:

  1. Tenby Harbour: The bustling harbour is the heart of Tenby, with colourful fishing boats, charming cafes, and stunning views. Take a stroll along the harbour walls, watch the comings and goings of boats, and enjoy the lively atmosphere.

  2. Tenby Beaches: Tenby boasts several beautiful sandy beaches, including Castle Beach, South Beach, and North Beach. Spend a day sunbathing, swimming in the clear waters, or exploring the rock pools. The beaches are also popular for water sports such as kayaking and paddleboarding.

  3. Tenby Castle: Explore the remains of Tenby Castle, perched on a hill overlooking the town and the sea. While only fragments of the castle remain, it offers panoramic views of Tenby and the surrounding coastline.

  4. St. Catherine's Island and Fort: Accessed via a causeway at low tide, St. Catherine's Island is home to a Victorian fort that dates back to the 19th century. Take a guided tour of the fort and learn about its history and role in coastal defence.

  5. Tenby Museum and Art Gallery: Discover the history and culture of Tenby at the town's museum. The exhibits showcase the town's maritime heritage, geology, and local art, providing insights into Tenby's rich past.

  6. Caldey Island: Take a short boat trip from Tenby to Caldey Island, a peaceful and picturesque retreat. Visit the Caldey Abbey, explore the island's beautiful scenery, and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere.

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