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There’s so much to do in and around Tenby, it’s hard to know where to start. Golden beaches, glorious walks, fun family days out and delicious cuisine – there’s definitely something for everyone. We’ve listed a few ideas below… P.S.  Please add your own recommendations on the Chart House Facebook page!

Something for everyone with so much to do. Looking for a family holiday house that’s close to the beach? Chart House couldn’t be more convenient. It’s just 80 yards from Tenby’s beautiful Castle Beach – voted Sunday Times ‘Beach of the Year’ in 2019. A short stroll westwards takes you to South Beach, another gorgeous beach that’s perfect for building sandcastles, paddling, playing in the waves, or just winding down in the warm Welsh sunshine. 

Tenby is lucky enough to have three large Blue Flag-winning beaches – a coveted symbol of quality and cleanliness which is recognised worldwide. Castle Beach, South Beach and North Beach are all Blue Flag winners. There’s also picturesque Harbour Beach with its breathtaking blue seas and quaint fishing boats bobbing in the water. Paddleboarding is available on South Beach.

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Tenby is known for its 13th-century town walls and its stretches of sandy shoreline, including Castle Beach. The ruins of Tenby Castle are on a headland overlooking the harbour. Exhibits at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery include a 16th-century wrought-iron cannon. The Tudor Merchant’s House recreates domestic life in 1500, with a merchant’s shop and working kitchen.

ST GOVAN’S CHAPEL

St. Govan’s Chapel is a chapel located at St. Govan’s Head, Pembrokeshire in south west Wales. Built into the side of a limestone cliff, the building measures 20 by 12 feet with walls constructed from limestone, and consists of two chambers, one in the front and one in the back.

SHEARWATER & PUFFIN VOYAGE

Shearwater and Puffin boat trip offer a stunning evening sailing around Ramsey Island and then further out to the waters of the Bishops and Clerks Islands. See colonies of puffins, see seals, and watch the tens of thousands of migrating shearwaters as the sunsets. Suitable for all ages and abilities.

PEMBROKE CASTLE

Pembroke Castle is a medieval castle in the centre of Pembroke, Pembrokeshire in Wales. The castle was the original family seat of the Earldom of Pembroke. A Grade I listed building since 1951, it underwent major restoration during the early 20th century. 

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Tenby is known for its 13th-century town walls and its stretches of sandy shoreline, including Castle Beach. The ruins of Tenby Castle are on a headland overlooking the harbour. Exhibits at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery include a 16th-century wrought-iron cannon. The Tudor Merchant’s House recreates domestic life in 1500, with a merchant’s shop and working kitchen.

ST GOVAN’S CHAPEL

St. Govan’s Chapel is a chapel located at St. Govan’s Head, Pembrokeshire in south west Wales. Built into the side of a limestone cliff, the building measures 20 by 12 feet with walls constructed from limestone, and consists of two chambers, one in the front and one in the back.

SHEARWATER & PUFFIN VOYAGE

Shearwater and Puffin boat trip offer a stunning evening sailing around Ramsey Island and then further out to the waters of the Bishops and Clerks Islands. See colonies of puffins, see seals, and watch the tens of thousands of migrating shearwaters as the sunsets. Suitable for all ages and abilities.

PEMBROKE CASTLE

Pembroke Castle is a medieval castle in the centre of Pembroke, Pembrokeshire in Wales. The castle was the original family seat of the Earldom of Pembroke. A Grade I listed building since 1951, it underwent major restoration during the early 20th century.