The Imperial Tenby Hotel

The Paragon, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA70 7HR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Paragon, Tenby, is near Folly Farm Adventure Park, The Dinosaur Park, Caldey Island, and Manorbier Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Tenby

    Its not this way!

    A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... to find. "I think we past the sign, turn around. No that's not it reverse up. Still nothing go back the first way" all well and good until the roads are only marginally wider that Margy and the next turn off is 5 miles further on. Still this was the adventure we signed up for and eventually we arrived at Oxwich Bay. 6 to park the motorhome for a few hours, no overnight parking and the advertised camp site only took tents! Bugger! Back up ...

    Coast path completed

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... completed this coast path, I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone. It's not only scenic but peppered with historical interest as well. On the whole it has been very well signposted though I would recommend carrying a map for reference. It mainly follows the coast but there are some deviations in places. It's always nice to have a back up. The bus services from April to the end of September make it extremely accessible during those months. Oh and don't ...

    Ceibwr to St Dogmaels

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... to an order of Benedictine monks. Apparently they fished the river using coracles and seine nets which are still used today although I can't say we saw any.

    We seek out the church to take a look at the Sagranus Stone which helped to decipher Ogham, an ancient Irish language, in the same fashion as the Rosetta Stone led to the understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphics. We also investigate the abbey ruins and stop to admire a yew tree which claims ...

    Newport to Ceibwr

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... to venture out, I woke Ian. It's just the wind, he claimed (obviously he was frightened too!) In the morning we found our bin had been raided! Foxes or badgers we guess. It was a right old mess - last night the bin was emptied before we turned in. It's 9am and we are now at the bridge which spans Newport estuary by 9am and Mick is just walking down the road towards us. I have managed to get my boots on today - judging by the contours on the map I am going to need them - it's ...

    Fishguard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... in our direction! On reaching Aber Fforest bay, we are forced down onto the beach and back up the other side. It's the same story at the next inlet of Aber Rhigian. Here we cross a shingle beach and a stepping stone bridge before the next climb back up. High up we have good views back to Dinas Island and Needle Rock with its great eye at the bottom. We also marvel at the sheer cliffs and the wave cut platforms below them. They appear to be patterned by the sea's erosion. ...