Two Nights in Tenby, Wales

Tenby (also known as ‘little town of fishes’) is a lovely little medieval seaside resort in Pembrokeshire just oozed candy coloured charm alongside rustic castle walls around the main town. This was my favourite stay in Wales on this trip, I can see precisely why people flock here for their summer holiday. Blue sea, white sand and a cute little town with narrow winding streets to explore – pretty good deal if you ask me. On almost every turn I found myself saying ‘look at that’, how cute is this’ etcetera etcetera, Tenby is sure to win you over!

Enjoy…..

So pretty by the sea…

I guess that’s one way of doing it!!

So blue

So soft

Standing pretty and proud!

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#throwback retro sweets

 

Tenby might be ‘beachy bliss’ but it hasn’t lost any of it’s welsh charm

It wouldn’t be Wales without a castle or two…

The tide was well and truly out….

 

 

If you like gin, this one’s for you…

 

 

More of Tenby

So cute

Now for a Welsh dinner

The starter was like a large main course…..yikes

Welsh lamb cawl – enough for two people at least…

Hmmmm!!

My grandfather’s clock was too tall for the shelf……….

What did you just say?

OK then!

Grrrr

A Place to Stay: Ashby House guesthouse

Great hospitality from owner Patsy at the family run Ashby House

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beautiful old sewing machine turned console table – perfect!

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