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Tenby Resort, United Kingdom

From series “Small Flamboyant Towns Painted with Van Gogh Colors”
Year: 11th century.

There are some beautiful little towns in Britain, among which the most popular tourist destination is Tenby. This town is located on the Bay of Carmarthen, in the south of Wales. That’s a popular seaside resort. The modern town is home to about 4 900 people, while the number of tourists who annually visit these scenic spots, is ten times more.

Tenby Resort, United Kingdom The first mention of the modern town dates back to the 11th century. The territory has preserved many majestic historic buildings. The main historical symbol of Tenby is the Gate of Five Arches. Only a part of the once extensive fortifications has survived to these days. Facades of many historic buildings are painted in bright colors, so while walking through the ancient streets you will get a rainbow mood.

First floors of almost all historical buildings house shops and eating places. The town is largely focused on tourists. During summer, a favorite vacation spot of the guests of Tenby is a large sandy beach. That’s an ideal place for sunbathing and active entertainment. The resort will appeal not only to fans of historical sights, but also to tourists with children. Tenby has several top-notch recreational facilities in and around the town. Boat trips to the nearby island of Keld are extremely popular among tourists. Several historical buildings have survived there. To the beginning - Yangshuo Town

Tenby Resort - interactive map

Useful staff nearby

ATM bankomat: 'Yorkshire Building Society' located in 0.03 km ( check the route on the map).
Car rental office: 'Pembrokeshire Self Drive Hire' is located in 2.67 km ( on the map).
Fuel station: 'Fiveways Garage' in 0.67 km
Supermarket: 'Londis' in 0.16 km
Parking: 'Parking' in 0.16 km
Apotheek: 'Boots' in 0.08 km
Police station: 'Tenby Police Station' in 0.29 km
Cafe/restaurant: 'The Lounge Tenby Ltd' in 0.02 km
Railway station: 'Tenby' in 0.53 km

Nearest airports:
 »  Haverfordwest Airport HAW - in 25 km
 »  Swansea Airport SWS - in 44 km
 »  Cardiff Airport CWL - in 98 km
 »  Exeter Airport EXT - in 137 km
 »  Bristol Airport BRS - in 141 km
 Cities nearby

Best hotels near Tenby Resort

The Strathmore

Located in 0 km from Tenby Resort
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Rooms: 7
The rooms include a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Each room benefits from an en suite bath or shower room with a hairdryer. In … More: photo, rates and booking
The Broadmead Hotel

Located in 1 km from Tenby Resort
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Rooms: 20
Rooms at Broadmead Hotel provide free Wi-Fi, TVs and tea/coffee facilities, while some offer idyllic views of the rear gardens. Some rooms also … More: photo, rates and booking
Penally Abbey Country House Hotel and Restaurant

Located in 2 km from Tenby Resort
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Rooms: 17
Set in a grand period house, the rooms at Penally Abbey have original features and elegant decor. Some rooms have antique furniture and sea views, … More: photo, rates and booking
Cwmwennol Country House

Located in 3 km from Tenby Resort
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Rooms: 11
Decorated in a traditional style, rooms at Cwmwennol House all have a TV, radio and bathroom with a bath or shower. Some rooms have four-poster beds. … More: photo, rates and booking

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