Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Tenby - A Seaside Town In Winter


Last month I was lucky enough to win a break at Bluestone holiday park. Bluestone is not far from where I spent many a childhood holiday - Tenby. Tenby is a stunning seaside town in West Wales, known for its powder sand beaches and beautiful harbour. 

We spent our day in Tenby walking around the shops and taking in the sights.



I hope you like my photos of Tenby, let me know if you have ever been and what you think of my photographs.




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  1. You captured it so well, it looks so pretty even in winter! I have had some lovely holidays there and we stop there if we have taken the ferry from Ireland. Your photos are brilliant!

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    1. Thanks Jo! I love Tenby/ Years ago they had a problem with hen and stag dos but not anymore which is a relief as it spoiled a beautiful place.

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  2. It is a beautiful town, thanks for the memories - Fecci ice cream was always a treat on our family holidays there in the 70's x @msedollyp

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    1. Oh yes was that the place where you could buy the biggest knickerbockerglory?

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    2. as a 7yo it seemed the biggest ice cream in a glass EVER! There was no place like it near home anyway!

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    3. Yes it did I remember that ice cream parlour well. I think it's a pizza restaurant now.

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  3. Your photos have captured the beauty of Tenby perfectly! X

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    1. Thank you that's very kind of you to say so.

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  4. I LOVE TENBY! I've been on many a school trip there in my time :D

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    1. I love it too Sara, it's a lovely place, lots of happy memories :)

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  5. We go there regularly as OH hails from Pembroke and the in-laws still live there. We were down between Christmas and New Year. We were down there looking across the beach one day when there was the most gorgeous rainbow that arced from one side of the beach to the other!

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    1. That sounds beautiful Jane. I love going to the top of the monument on the hill and looking down on the town. The light boat station is always worth a visit too.

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