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Tenby and the National Botanic Garden

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  • Discover the quaint resort of Tenby from our centrally-located hotel
  • Visit the National Botanic Garden of Wales, known for its picturesque scenery
  • Explore the fantastic themed botanic gardens
  • Call at historical Carmarthen
  • Take a trip to bustling Pembroke
  • Enjoy relaxed entertainment on some evenings

An array of colourful houses adorn the winding streets of Tenby; a beautiful holiday destination. Boasting gorgeous beaches, the charm of a traditional seaside resort, and intriguing history, it’s clear to see why Tenby is so attractive. We’ll enjoy a great break here, as well as visiting Carmarthen and National Botanic Garden of Wales, and taking a trip to Pembroke.

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Imperial Tenby Hotel

Tenby

  • Recently awarded a certificate of excellence by Tripadvisor
  • Standing on a cliff just above Tenby’s beach with great views over the Pembrokeshire coast and over to Caldey Island
  • In the hotel, The Terrace Restaurant and Bar has panoramic windows giving great views of the coastline
  • Discover the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which Tenby sits at the heart of

Tenby is famous for its stunning beaches and its position amid the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast, the only national park in the UK designated because of its spectacular coastline.

Both the sandy beach and the town’s famous ancient wall are found just outside the hotel with winding cobbled streets leading you through to the town’s centre and idyllic harbour. The palette of pastel colours that surround the harbour and beach make this a prime spot for some holiday photos.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path passes about five minutes’ walk away from the hotel and is a great way to discover the fantastic coastal cliffs, beautiful white sand beaches and magnificent headlands of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Take a boat over to Caldey Island, also known as Ynys Byr, with its Cistercian Monastery and a number of golden sandy beaches dotting the island.

The hotel is built into Tenby’s ancient city walls, just above the beach, which you will enjoy great views of from The Terrace Restaurant and Bar. Sit here at breakfast or for your evening meal and perhaps have a drink and watch the sun go down over the sea after your meal.

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day: Carmarthen and the National Botanic Garden of Wales

Join our  excursion calling at the oldest town in Wales - Carmarthen, which combines its Roman past with a sophisticated modern atmosphere. We also visit the National Botanic Garden of Wales - a jewel nestled in West Wales' countryside. The Tropical House, Double Walled Garden and stunning Great Glasshouse combine with beautiful walks and dramatic displays of floral splendour. A great day out!

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Half Day: Pembroke

Today we enjoy an excursion to Pembroke, dominated by its imposing castle, which stands at the head of a rocky ridge.

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