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Tudor Merchant's House TenbyPembrokeshire is steeped in ancient history.

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Caldey Island

A fleet of boats run to Caldey Ialnd from Tenby Harbour, every day except Sunday, throughout the summer months, weather permitting. Tickets can be bought from the relevant booth on the harbour.

Carew Castle

The magnificent Carew Castle has a history spanning 2,000 years. Set in a stunning location, overlooking a 23-acre millpond, the castle displays the development from a Norman fortification to an Elizabethan country house.

Guided Walks of Tenby

Run by Marion Davies, a recognised Official guide by Visit Wales, these walks are informative, intriguing and entertaining. Walks include The Ghost Walk of Tenby (voted by the Sunday Times as one of the top 5 in Britain!) , The Story of Tenby, Pirates, Tenby Harbour as well as Poets and Painters. Private parties also catered for.

Check the website for specific times and locations.

Lamphey Bishop's Palace

Lamphey Bishop’s Palace was the retreat of choice for those medieval bishops seeking solace from the everyday stresses of Church and State. The medieval bishops of St Davids were worldly men who enjoyed the privileges of wealth, power and status. Lamphey did not disappoint. A palace fit for a queen…or at least the occasional bishop.

Manorbier Castle

Just six miles from Tenby Manorbier Castle offers a Norman castle overlooking the beautiful beach bringing history to life. Explore the gardens and enjoy the shop and tea room.

Pembroke Castle

Birthplace of Henry VII in 1457(with the original castle dating back to 1093) , this mighty castle is largely intact and is a great place to explore for the whole family. Exhibitions and activities (such as brass rubbing) make this an enjoyable yet educational day out.

Picton Castle

Set in 40 acres of wodland, Picton Castle is a lovely day out for the family. Half fortified manor house and half medieval castle this is a very unusual building, steeped in history back to the 13th century.

Scolton Manor Country Park

Around 50 mins from Tenby Scolton Manor is the home of Pembrokeshire's County Museum displaying the history of the county. You can explore the Victorian Manor House as well as explore the surrounding woodland and nature trails.

St Catherine's Island

The restoration and regeneration of St Catherine's Island and Fort, Tenby.

The island is open to visitors most weekends subject to tide and weather. The fort is now open for tours in 2015 

Stackpole Estate

This National Trust owned estate is well worth a visit. Visit the beautiful beaches of Broadhaven South or Barafundle, take a spectacular cliff top walk, explore the heart of the estate where Stackpole Court once stood or visit Bosherston Lakes, home to otters, wildfowl and dragonflies.

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Tenby News

Exciting news - the brand new Premier Inn in Tenby is now open!