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Tenby (Welsh: Dinbych-y-Pysgod,) English: little town of the fishes or little fortress of the fish) is a walled seaside town in Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales, lying on Carmarthen Bay.

Coming to the UK? Tenby is a traditional walled town that the Brits
like to go on holiday too! So if your heading for UK make a point of
heading for Tenby and experince the real Britian.






:)



http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/



http://www.fourcroft-hotel.co.uk/

http://www.harbourlightguesthouse.co.uk/




how more British can you get?:lol:

http://www.stayinwales.co.uk/hotels-near.cfm?town=Tenby

Nice images on this website> http://www.rectorycourt.co.uk/englishtenbytown.htm
 

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looks nice:)

Am I hallucinating or do I see some palm trees there? Palm trees in the UK, who would have thought that? :)
Palm trees are quite common here, there are suburban houses in my town that have palm trees in the garden. They don't grow to be huge here though.
 

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Tenby is an exceptionally busy UK holiday resort in the summer. The relatively unspoilt beaches and historic town walls make it a unique seaside resort. Most shops, pubs and restaurants in Tenby are specifically marketed to tourists.

Tenby is also a home to Tenby United RFC, a rugby union club which has existed in the town in one form or another since 1876 and is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union.
 
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