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Carnock House Superb seafront location, close to the town, with steps opposite down to the beach. 2* accommodation offers 11 units sleeping 2 - 6 people. Dogs welco...
Castlemead Hotel Castlemead is set in half an acre of mature grounds in Manorbier with stunning views of the bay, the Norman Church and Manorbier Castle. The hotel has...
Celtic Haven You'll find Celtic Haven's collection of charming, self-catering cottages on the picturesque Pembrokeshire cliff tops, just outside Tenby. W...
Clapping Wicket Campsite Situated 5 miles from Tenby this is a small (Caravan Club members only) campsite with space for 5 caravans and a couple of tents. Fairly basic but qui...
Clarence House Hotel The 2* Clarence House Hotel is ideally situated, overlooking the South Beach with sea views to Caldy Island and only a short walk from the town centre...
Clerkenhill Adventure Farm Enjoy the exciting adventure trail through the woodlands and experience swings, slides, play areas and tube tunnel slides, pedal go karts and a tracto...
Cliffe Norton Hotel The Cliffe Norton is a privately owned Grade II early 19th Century listed building. The Hotel overlooks the North Beach and is conveniently located c...
Cymyran Cottage (sleeps 4) Cymyran Cottage overlooks the harbour in Saundersfoot with it's own heated swimming pool and teraaced garden. Renovated to a luxurious high stand...
Evergreen Inn A family friendly pub, just outside of the town walls with real ales and a sunny beer garden. Locals drink here but all are welcome! Dogs are welcome ...
FBM Holidays Established for over 100 years, FBM Holidays have over 300 holiday cottages, apartment and houses in Pembrokeshire. All the holiday homes are graded b...

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Did you know that when the Wales Coast Path opens in May 2012 it will be the only continuous trail on the planet to run the full length of a country's coast! The 870 mile trail would take around 70 days to walk but would take in 18 medieval castles, 11 nature reserves and dozens of beautiful beaches. Check out the Pembrokeshire section when you are holidaying in Tenby or check out the official website: Wales Coast Path!