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Saundersfoot, West Wales
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You’ll never be far from an impeccable view with our selection of coastal cottages in Tenby. The astonishing Georgian seaside town is full to the brim with history and is surrounded by a medieval stone wall. Chalk coloured and Victorian buildings line the streets, with delightful shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy at every corner. Tenby is home to multiple glorious beaches, with one to suit everyone. The magnificent Castle Beach won the Sunday Times Beach of the Year, and all three hold Blue Flag status. Whether you’re looking for self-catering accommodation for groups, or want to find something more relaxing and tranquil for two, you will find the perfect coastal property with our Tenby cottages by the sea.
From Tenby, you can access the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a 186-mile route along one of Britain’s most remarkable coastlines – head to Monkstone Point for wonderful views across Saundersfoot Bay and beyond. Tenby Harbour sits in the centre of the town’s coast and from here, you can take a boat to Caldey Island and the Cistercian Monastery there. Within the town is Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, established in 1878 and the oldest independent museum in Wales. Hunt wildlife at the National Trust’s Colby Woodland Garden and admire the bluebell-covered woodland and vibrant floral displays. Within easy reach of Tenby is Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, a fantastic day out for children and adults alike. Search our range of cottages in Tenby by the sea above.
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