Where to go in Wales: Two Nights in Tenby

Tenby (also known as ‘little town of fishes’) is small medieval seaside resort in Pembrokeshire thatΒ  just oozes candy coloured charm alongside rustic castle walls around the main town.

This was the favourite stay throughout my summer Welsh galavants, and I now see precisely why people flock there for the summer holidays.

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, I’m sure Tenby will 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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