Sunny Bank Guest House

Harding Street, Tenby, SA70 7LL, United Kingdom
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Tenby, where it should be

by goglobe

I just built my page on Tenby, a small town by tthe west of Wales, but I found that on the VT destination map, it only appears under UK, and not Wales. Even a smaller place like the adjacent Pembroke town was properly listed under a suitable Welsh district. Anybody can tell me how I could get to the VT staff on my question (or perhaps VT staff has just known about it now)?

Re: Tenby, where it should be

by kiwi

Hi there,
Yes this happens from time to time. Send an email to "feedback@virtualtourist.com" and give them the details, including the region that Tenby comes under. Is there only one Tenby in Wales??
If you can get the GPS co-ords and include in the email, that will confirm for sure the correct town.
regards,
Pam.

Re: Tenby, where it should be

by Sjalen

He will but it takes time! :-)

When VT changed, names in the UK became the greatest problem because of the split into the different UK countries. Also English counties have been a problem. My visited UK places just became one long "UK" list but Giampiero asked me to list them WITH county and he would add them. This he later did and now you can see that some people who haven't mailed G with their place names have them under UK still, whilst others have them under the more detailed country or even county. :-)

Travel Tips for Tenby

The Bosherston lily ponds

by Spincat

Bosherston Lily Ponds : a flooded limestone valley managed by the National Trust.

Imagine a lily pond - then imagine vast lakes of lilies crossed by simple wooden walkways. This is Bosherston.

Otters and birds are plentiful, and above you the wild Welsh sky...

For fishing: Pike tench, roach, perch, and eels by permit only, from:
Ye Olde Worlde Café, Bosherston Tel 01646 661216
The National Trust Office, Stackpole Tel 01646 661359
Pembroke and District A.C. Tel 01646 622712

This is a wonderful place for walking and adventure - if you carry on down the path to the far side of the ponds, you get to the sea at a tiny untamed beach.

This whole area, including the rock formations of Stackpole, Stackpole Quay (a mini harbour), tiny St Govan's chapel squeezed into a rock fissure and lovely beaches like Barafundle , is easily visited in day trips (with a car or bicycle) from Tenby.

Boat trips : birds, seals, monasteries

by Spincat

From Tenby you can get regular boat trips to Caldy Island, the home of a 1500 year old Cistercian monastery. Here we saw wild seas, seals bathing off rocks....
... and an angry tourist complaining that he'd "come to see monks and he hadn't bloody seen any", like he was in some kind of monastic zoo. We actually did see the monks - one or two were working in the gardens there - but I didn't go into the monastery, as only men can go on the tour.

Boat trips run in season from the harbour: check out the boards down there for boat times (see picture). Remember that they don't go out in rough weather. The 'season' varies but is usually from Easter to early or mid October, depending on weather, number of tourists around and so on.

There are also trips out to rocky little islands where you'll wander among indignant seabirds (keep your head covered). Information down at Tenby harbour.

Tenby - Beaches, Forts and Fishes

by aaaarrgh

The small seaside town of Tenby has been a tourist magnet since the late 1700's, though today the tourists are no longer rich English aristocrats, by any stretch of the imagination. The name 'Tenby' is an anglicisation of the Welsh name 'Dinbych-y-Pysgod', or 'Little Fort of the Fishes'. You can still find forts or all ages, from the Iron Age (overlooking the harbour) to the nearby Castlemartin Artillery range. There are still plenty of boats in the colourful harbour, though only a very few are used to catch pysgod. However, you will be pleased to know there are boats that provide a regular service to Caldy Island, or around the nearby coast to watch the wildlife.

All in all, Tenby can be a pleasant town when the sun is out, with plenty of history and some very expansive sandy beaches.

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