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Useful information about your holiday in Tenby

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R & S Waterson Coach Holidays

A West Yorkshire based coach holiday company offering trips to Tenby.

01977 610773

3 miles from Tenby, Saundersfoot is positioned in a wooded valley and has long been a popular holiday destination. Smaller than Tenby, offering a wide variety of shops, restaurants and entertainment it is considered the quieter option for a family holiday. There is a beautiful beach, a stunning harbour and many independent shops selling local produce, crafts, clothing, souvenirs and gifts.

Shearings Holidays

Shearings offer a variety of coach holidays to Tenby.

South Pembrokeshire Golf Club

South Pembs Golf course was established in 1967, on the Old Barrack Hill on the outskirts of Pembroke Dock (jusy 11 miles from Tenby), and in the past 12 years has been extended to a challenging golf course of 18 holes, with probably some of the best greens in the locality.


01646 621453
St Florence

St Florence is a pretty charming little village around 3 miles from Tenby. In Norman times boats used to navigate up the river from the sea in order to trade with the village - there is a stone in the High Street where boats are rumoured to have been tethered! You will also find one of the last surviving "Flemish style" round chimneys as well as the 13th century parish church featuring it's Norman tower.

St. Catherines Island

St Catherine's Island is the small island just off the Castle Beach in Tenby which can be reached at low tide but is sadly now not accessible to visitors - it lies derelict and has done since the 1970's when it was used as a zoo for a short time.

Stena Line

Stena Line offer ferries from Fishguard to Rosslare - by car, on foot, by bike or by coach for a few days or even a day trip. They also offer deals over to Ireland for the RBS Six Nations games.

08447 70 70 70
Sykes Cottages

A Chester based company offering many self catering holiday cottages in the Pembrokeshire area.

01244 500579
Tenby Mural, Market Hall Tenby

The 32ft by 8ft mural in Market Hall, Tenby was painted by local artist Eric Bradforth after he moved his family to the Tenby area in the 1950's. The painting displays events and details from Tenbys long history, including the building of the walls and railways and the various individuals whose influence on the town still remains.

The Carew Cross

The magnificent sculptured 14ft Carew cross is a royal memorial to Maredudd, who, in 1033, with his brother Hywel, became joint ruler of the early medieval kingdom of Deheubarth, now south-west Wales. Two years later Maredudd was killed and so they are able to date this stone with unusual precision.

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