The Beachcomber B&B is located just a short distance away from North beach and Tenby town centre. Guests are located near all of the pubs, shops and restaurants of this famous seaside town, plus, with the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park all around, guests at The Beachcomber B&B have a wealth of activities on their doorstep.
Tenby’s seafront golf course is 5 minutes by car. For those looking to explore further afield a 30 minute drive has guests sailing on the River Cleddau, and 50 minutes in the car is all it takes to be hiking amid the prehistoric curiosities of the Preseli Hills.
Tenby’s train station is a short walk from the property, providing links to Swansea, Bristol and beyond.
Tenby is probably the prettiest seaside town in Wales, rivalling places like Mevagissey and Polperro for quaintness and charm. The original town of Tenby, called Dinbych y pysgod in Welsh or little town of fishes, was established by The Normans as a fortified town. Most of the old town walls remain, enclosing the medieval town behind them. The castle that defended Tenby was built on Castle Hill but only one small keep tower remains of that.
Tenby has 3 blue flag beaches, North beach faces east and is nicely sheltered if the prevailing south westerly wind is blowing. Castle beach faces south and also has high cliffs backing it, while south beach stretches uninterrupted for a mile to Giltar Point and is perfect for all sorts of beach games like volleyball. In between north beach and castle beach is the picturesque harbour, which also has a sandy beach. A great location for walking, hiking and a wide variety of outdoor activities.