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Tenby was established by the earls of Pembrokeshire in twelve sixty nine. Tenby was built to survive the Welsh rebellion and its medieval castle walls are still standing at the present time.
The narrow cobbled streets lined with shops, cafés and restaurants are also reminders of this bygone age. Tenby became a tourist town in Victorian times. After the establishment of the railways Tenby really blossomed

The thirteenth century castle walls of the castle mark out the original boundary walls. Tenby has expanded outwards into the surrounding area. The original walls included a number of There were gatehouses in the original castle walls and there was a barbican that is now known as the “Five Arches”. In the fifteenth century the depth and the height of the castle walls was increased. The walls and arches are a reminder of Tnby’s ancient roots both from last seven centuries.

Tourists started to come to Tenby began around 200 hundred years ago, when trips to the beach and seaside became popular. Many houses and hotels were built in the Regency Victorian and regency styles. Streets and alleyways within the medieval walls became filled with cafes, restaurants, and shops.

Tenby has four beaches and a lively nightlife. There are tombs, caves ancient, forts and castles to discover Teby making Tenby a family holiday centre. There are many bed and breakfast houses, hotels, holiday homes, caravan parks and camping sites to stay. The annual Ironman of Wales competition is held annually in September and brings many thousands of visitors into Pembrokeshire for that weekend.

Tenby is very busy in the summer holidays. Tenby’s lovely beaches and old town walls make it a popular seaside resort. Most of Tenby’s pubs, shops and restaurants are selling to the tourists who visit the town. Boat trips to Caldy Island and the other numerous offshore islands are popular and Tenby’s an ideal base to set out and explore Pembrokeshire.

 

Tenby was established by the earls of Pembrokeshire in twelve sixty nine. Tenby was built to survive the Welsh rebellion and its medieval castle walls are still standing at the present time.
The narrow cobbled streets lined with shops, cafés and restaurants are also reminders of this bygone age. Temby became a tourist town in Victorian times. After the establishment of the railways Tenby really blossomed

 

The thirteenth century castle walls of the castle mark out the original boundary walls. Tenby has expanded outwards into the surrounding area. The original walls included a number of There were gatehouses in the original castle walls and there was a barbican that is now known as the “Five Arches”. In the fifteenth century the depth and the height of the castle walls was increased. The walls and arches are a reminder of Tenby’s ancient roots both from last seven centuries.

 

Tourists started to come to Tenmby began around 200 hundred years ago, when trips to the beach and seaside became popular. Many houses and hotels were built in the Regency Victorian and regency styles. Streets and alleyways within the medieval walls became filled with cafes, restaurants, and shops.

 

Pembrokeshire’s favouite destination for holidays  has four beaches and a lively nightlife. There are tombs, caves ancient, forts and castles to discover a family holiday centre. There are many bed and breakfast houses, hotels, holiday homes, caravan parks and camping sites to stay and all properties need  good cleaning services. The annual Ironman of Wales competition is held annually in September and brings many thousands of visitors into Pembrokeshire for that weekend.

 

Tenby is very busy in the summer holidays. Tenby’s lovely beaches and old town walls make it a popular seaside resort. Most  pubs, shops and restaurants are selling to the tourists who visit the town. Boat trips to Caldy Island and the other numerous offshore islands are popular and Tenby’s an ideal base to set out and explore Pembrokeshire.

Tenby was established by the earls of Pembrokeshire in twelve sixty nine. Tenby was built to survive the Welsh rebellion and its medieval castle walls are still standing at the present time.
The narrow cobbled streets lined with shops, cafés and restaurants are also reminders of this bygone age. Tenby became a tourist town in Victorian times. After the establishment of the railways Tenby really blossomed

The thirteenth century castle walls of the castle mark out the original boundary walls. Tenby has expanded outwards into the surrounding area. The original walls included a number of There were gatehouses in the original castle walls and there was a barbican that is now known as the “Five Arches”. In the fifteenth century the depth and the height of the castle walls was increased. The walls and arches are a reminder of Tenby’s ancient roots both from last seven centuries.

Tourists started to come to fenby began around 200 hundred years ago, when trips to the beach and seaside became popular. Many houses and hotels were built in the Regency Victorian and regency styles. Streets and alleyways within the medieval walls became filled with cafes, restaurants, and shops.

Tenby is very busy in the summer holidays. Having  lovely beaches and old town walls make it a popular seaside resort. Most of Tenby’s pubs, shops and restaurants are selling to the tourists who visit the town. Boat trips to Caldy Island and the other numerous offshore islands are popular and Tenby’s an ideal base to set out and explore Pembrokeshire.

 

 

 

 

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