Tenby is a pleasant little town on the coast of south Wales, which was once a prosperous fishing and trading port, and was developed in Victorian times as a seaside resort.
Some of the old fortifications survive
and a few old buildings; notably the mediaeval Merchant's House.
There is a charming little harbour, which nowadays houses pleasure-craft.
The church of St. Mary has a number of splendid tombs and monuments
A promenade of hotels now overlooks the broad sandy beach.
Prince Albert presides over all.
We enjoyed our stay there.