Tenby is a uniquely attractive resort. Its pastel coloured buildings, narrow streets, fortified walls and the quality of the light from its shimmering bays give it an atmosphere which is reminiscent of the Mediterranean. Its medieval castle was bombarded into submission by Cromwell using artillery on both land and sea; it has the feeling of a town whose history is much richer than most seaside resorts. This feeling is enhanced as one ambles around the narrow streets or stops for a drink in one of the many bars or cafes. The fifteenth century Tudor Merchants House transforms you into a life when it was a busy trading port. Tenby has four magnificent sandy beaches and a delightful harbour which is always busy with pleasure crafts and the regular ferries which serve nearby Caldey Island monastery – a “must” to explore during your stay.