Heywood Mount

Heywood Lane, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA70 8DA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Heywood Lane, Tenby, is near Folly Farm Adventure Park, The Dinosaur Park, Caldey Island, and Manorbier Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Tenby

    Fishguard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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    This morning we are back at Fishguard. Some more bits of trivia: 1. The town's name is derived from the Norse 'Fisgard' meaning (unsurprisingly), fish yard and dating back to the 8th century. 2. The modern 'upper town' along with Goodwick developed with the promise of a new harbour and railway line. 3. The old Fishguard around the harbour area was used to film location scenes in 'Under Milkwood'. We head to the harbour to investigate. There is a warning sign concerning ...

    Strumble Head to Fishguard

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... French surrendered. Leaving the monument, we drop down into Cwm Fellin which offers some shade in its leafy valley. We cross a bubbling stream and then we are puffing our way back up the other side. This is to be the start of another energetic couple of hours of steep descents and ascents as we negotiate the many inlets. Up ahead the sound of strimmers - the National Trust are busy cutting the undergrowth down for us walkers. We thank them kindly ...

    Aber Bach to Strumble Head

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... we have encountered previously - his name is Mick. After admonishing him for telling us yesterday's walk was easy, we walk together :-) It's a really sunny day although the sun hasn't yet burnt off the haze. The sea below is clear and blue. The cliffs are majestic - folded and crumbling - there is a forbidding looking sea cave below and the water is echoing around as it sloshes inside. Leaving the bay we find ourselves climbing again with a ...

    Porthgain to Aber Bach

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... is painted white, the other isn't. Apparently they have two different owners: The National Trust and The National Parks, so one has painted the beacon and the other has not. As we turn the corner to drop down into Porthgain we see some disused mine buildings - amazing that neither of us spotted these yesterday as the are extensive! And now to 'The Shed' for its famous fish and chips, followed by a pint up at The ...

    Whitesands Bay to Porthgain

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... chamber. We also have fine views back towards Ramsey Sound. The Bishops and Clerks, a dangerous group of rocks for sailors, can be seen out to sea. The path here is somewhat vague meandering amongst heather and gorse but we keep the sea on our left and that seems to work. Up ahead, Periberry, a rocky mound with a steep path upwards. We climb up and over its shoulder. The puffing and panting is rewarding with spectacular views of the coastline ...