Beneath its bucket-and-spade facade, hidden behind the hoards of hen dos, lies the charming seaside town of Tenby.
While my husband was on a fishing trip, I had a few hours to stroll around the town, admiring the stone cottages and colourful display of Georgian townhouses, before sheltering from the rain in one of its many high street cafes.
In the evening, we went to the new Harbwr: Tenby Harbour Brewery for a friend’s birthday and it’s exciting to see a small, yet vibrant town like Tenby embracing the craft beer scene.
Our trip to Tenby happened to fall on our first wedding anniversary weekend, so we decided to treat ourselves to a nice hotel and extend our west Wales trip to Aberaeron (more about that in my next post).
While in Tenby, we stayed in a cottage style room at Trefloyne Manor, which was an absolute pleasure. Snug and stylish, it had lovely views over the golf course, a rolltop bath and double shower, and a delicious Welsh breakfast. I’d definitely recommend it!