In 1972 Tenby was designated as a conservation area by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This has enabled Tenby to retain its character and seaside town feel.
Ideally located Culver Park is found on a quiet residential road which is just one short street from the beach and one and a half short streets from the town wall. Tenby town is known for its great selection of shops, pubs and eateries. Through the summer months Tenby is pedestrianized, with eateries offering al fresco meals and drinks.
You will be spoilt for choice with eateries in Tenby ranging from fine dining to famous chip shops. Tenby will accommodate any budget.
You can browse through the surf shops, stunning clothes shops and home interior outlets and you can even buy a Tenby stick of rock.
It is a tiny warren of shops and eateries with a horse drawn cart found in the town centre if you want to view this stunning holiday town without the walk.
Tenby is a wonderful place to visit at all times of the year and we only close for Christmas, opening again for the New Year, which is always very popular in Tenby.
Tenby Medieval Walled Town
Tenby town centre is nestled with the medieval town walls and has the Five Arches as a gate house. These are both 2 streets from the accommodation.
Tenby South Beach
This stunning beach is a mile and a half long. It backs onto to dunes and is 1 street away from our accommodation.
Caldey Island (3 mi)
Caldey Island which is visible from Tenby’s South Beach close to the hotel, is a lovely place to visit and boat trips run from the harbour from Easter Monday to the end of September each year.
Stackpole Estate (15 mi)
The 17th Century Stackpole Estate featuring the award winning Barafundle Bay, enormous brackish ‘lilyponds’ that lead to Church Rock Beach, breathtaking views, beautiful walks and stunning wildlife is always recommended.
Looking over Manorbier Beach, it’s a great family day out
Sailing (1 mi)
Tenby Sailing Club is located in the harbour.
Tenby Golf Course (0.5 mi)
Tenby Golf Club, the Oldest Affiliated Golf Course in Wales, and one of the finest links courses in the Principality
Coastal Path (0.3 mi)
A plethora of sights, wildlife and activities
Oakwood Theme Park (15mi)
The largest theme park in South Wales.
Folly Farm (7 mi)
A great day out and great value – zoo, large vintage indoor fairground, indoor and outdoor adventure play areas, indoor stage shows. Children love it here.
This manor house has an 18 hole golf course, which is available for yearly membership or daily pay.
Use Tenby Watersports to explore the stunning coastline
Tenby Golf club
This golf course was established 1888 and has been referred to as the birthplace of Welsh golf
Mackeral Fishing Boat Trips from the Harbour
Choose from the type of fishing you would like to experience, from a luxury charter to bass fishing to mackeral fishing. Ag great day out.
In door play centre for those days when you want to sit back have a coffee and watch the kids wear themselves out.
Tenby Museum and Art Gallery
Find out about the history of Tenby Town and all about maritime and piracy.
Heatherton (3 mi)
Competitive theme park – fab day out for all ages.
Manor House Wildlife Park (3 mi)
Anna’s Welsh Zoo as seen on ITV Wales
Dinosaur Park (2 mi)
Outdoor and indoor fun for children under 12 years.
Tenby Blues Festival 2015 (0.5 mi)
13th- 15th November 2015
Ironman Wales 2015 (0.2 mi)
Sunday, September 13, 2015 | 3.8km swim / 180km bike / 42.1km run
Tenby Marathon (0.2 mi)
Sunday 5 July, 2015 Full 26.2 miles Half 13.1 miles
The Wales Sportif (0.2 mi)
Saturday 4th July 2015. 40, 70 or 112 mile bike race
The Wales Swim (0.2 mi)
Friday 3rd July 1.2 or 2.4 mil swim
Festivals, Fairs, Parades
A wealth of events happening all around Pembrokeshire and further afield to help you plan your holiday
Tenby has a train station with services running every two hours to Swansea. The Pembrokeshire bus services run all year round and you can get to Tenby from every point of Pembrokeshire by bus. Have a look at the bus service website here.
Directions by car:
Once in Tenby go down South Parade keeping the town wall on your left. Turn right into Trafalgar Road (the local Londis shop is situated on this road) and take 2nd left into Culver Park. We are situated close to the top of Culver Park on the right.
Directions from railway station:
Come out of station car park and turn right, then take 2nd left, and 2nd right into Culver Park. We are situated close to the top of Culver Park on the right.