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Tenby perches on a rocky promontory between two sandy bays overlooking the Bristol Channel.  It is a picturesque walled town with cobbled streets, a 15th C Merchant’s House and an interesting history.  Famously, Henry Tudor sailed into exile from the town, returning later to defeat Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth and found a new dynasty as Henry VII.  It’s a popular resort.  As well as the usual beach stuff, cafes and so forth, there are boat trips to nearby islands, water sports and walking on offer along the coastal path.

County: Pembrokeshire
Post Code: SA70 7LS
Main Historic Period: Victorian
Useful Website Address: Visit Tenby website
Tip/Nearby: About 10 miles east of Pembroke
Primary Management: Local Authority
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