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About Tenby

Tenby was invaded and colonized by the Normans in the 11th century. However, it was not until the Victorian Age that it soared in popularity, attracting wealthy European travellers. Over the years, Tenby remained as elegant as ever, having resisted unbridled commercialization. Visitors flock to hotels in Tenby to enjoy the glorious sunshine, cultural attractions, and outdoor activities.

Tenby has a unique atmosphere that is sure to make your holiday memorable. Take a selfie by the attractive Tenby Mural on Market Hall. Painted by contemporary artist Eric Bradforth, this elegant masterpiece beautifully depicts the town's colourful history. Nearby your hotel in Tenby, typical Welsh cuisine awaits at Plantagenet House, nestled in the town's oldest building, which also contains an enormous medieval Flemish chimney. In the summer, you can enjoy great concerts at the Victorian Bandstand on Castle Hill, facing the harbour.

Nature lovers should definitely walk the well-marked coastal path that runs through the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Miles of azure coast and dramatic cliffs await you here. The cliff-backed Tenby Beach is a favourite with families, as well as anyone who fancies a round of canoeing and angling. Nearby, meet the lovely gibbons, Sumatran tigers, wallabies, and red panda sisters at Manor Wildlife Park. You won't get this close to wild animals anywhere else. The eDreams website offers a powerful search engine, where you can find your hotel accommodation quickly and easily. You can filter the search results by a number of variables such as price per night, star rating, facilities, and property type. You can also select hotels in a particular district or chose a hotel located close to a specific landmark. Hotel deals which are cheaper than normal are highlighted, making it easy to find the best price for your booking.

What to see in Tenby

Start out at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, housed inside the renovated buildings of Tenby Castle. Founded in 1878, the museum displays fine exhibits on South Pembrokeshire's maritime, social, and archaeological history. Next, get an idea of how well-heeled Tudor families lived back their day by visiting Tenby's oldest unaltered building, the Tudor Merchant's House.

Dating back to the 13th century, St. Mary's Church has three naves and houses the tomb of Robert Recorde, the mathematician who invented the equals sign (=). For further spiritual inspiration, take the ferry to the holy island of Caldey, inhabited by Cistercian monks who have lived on the island in prayer and solitude for centuries. Caldey's cliff side walks, friendly grey seals, and bluebell woods are a photographer's dream.

Where to stay in Tenby

There's an abundance of hotels, hostels, and apartments on Crackwell Street, High Street, and Upper Frog Street. All these locations are within walking distance of prominent landmarks such as Tudor Merchant's House, St. Mary's Church, Tenby Harbour and Castle Hill. Streets off the Esplanade such as St. Florence Parade, Sutton Street, and Victoria Street are good options if you enjoy proximity to the sea. There are many great hotel offers on the eDreams website.

2 miles from Tenby lies the parish village of Gumfreston. Home to a small stone church, you can also book a hotel at this peaceful location. Alternatively, consider staying in the coastal village of Penally, nearby the Gothic Penally Abbey. World War I and II commemoration sites are within walking distance. Cheap hotels also abound in Saundersfoot village, a fabulous destination to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast. Saundersfoot is also the starting point for stand-up paddle-boarding tours that take you to hidden beaches and coves.

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Hotels in Tenby