The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Centrally located close to the harbour, this pub opens everyday serving food and drinks. Dogs are welcome in a section of the bar area and outside where there is a pub garden with outdoor seating.
A lovely sandy beach between Tenby, the castle and St Catherine's Island. At low tide it's possible to walk to St Catherines Island where you can reach a historic fort up a steep flight of steps. From here you'll have fabulous views of the beach and town. Park in the pay and display car park at South Cliff Street and follow the path from there to South Beach, Castle Beach is a stroll away. This beach has lifeguards in summer months and dog restrictions apply.
This pretty straighforward walk takes you from the centre of Tenby along the coastal path. Head towards Paragon beach and Castle beach past St Catherine's Island and follow the path to Tenby Castle. From here the undulating path takes in some lovely views along the coastto Monkstone beach and Lodge Valley. Saundersfoot is about five miles away from Tenby and if you wish to return by train the station is a little way out of town. There are also local buses if you wish.
Pretty as a picture, the harbour town of Tenby is surrounded by 13th century town walls and has oodles of charm. With Tenby Castle ruins overlooking the harbour, a great choice of three beautiful beaches and plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes along cobbled streets, there's something for everyone here.
A popular traditional pub serving local seafood, curries and pub grub including vegetarian and vegan options. The central location makes it a good place to visit if you are in the area. There is a well kept beer garden for summer dining.
Centrally located this pub offers lunch, dinner and drinks. The food is traditional pub grub with fish and chips being a popular choice. There's outdoor seating and this is an ideal place to sit and watch the world go by.
Backed by a sea wall and cliffs, Tenby North beach is wide and sandy, perfect for a family day at the seaside. There are amenities nearby where you can buy ice creams and snacks and car parking is a short distance away. The picturesque harbour is at the southern end. Lifeguards are on duty from May to September and dog restrictions apply during the same dates.
Situated within the historic castle walls of Tenby, this contemporary bar and restaurant offers relaxed dining and stylish decor. Call in for lunch, dinner or just a quick drink.
Located in the heart of Tenby, this pub offers traditional food and serves both lunch and dinner. There's a real fire in winter to keep the cold weather at bay and free wifi.
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