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hi, has anyone been to Tenby for holidays, we are going for a week at the end of june, any good places to visit or tips would be appreciated thanks
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Hi, I'm not far from Tenby, it's a really lovey place with a beautiful beach. My children love Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park, dino park and they also like a trip over to Caldey island on the boat. Hope this helps. X
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We just had a week in a caravan park near Tenby at Easter and we’ve had 5 holidays there over 15 years cos we love it so much. Not sure how accessible you need things or how old your children are but most of these are reasonably accessible as far as I remember. The beaches in Tenby itself are nice and clean but one of them (think it’s North Beach) is less accessible. I couldn’t push a pram up the slopes when I was pregnant but that was a long time ago.
http://www.tenbyvisitorguide.co.uk/ has some links to places to visit.
http://www.manorhousewildlifepark.co.uk/ My oldest lad loved this place 15 yrs ago and its been done up and is much better now with more things and in better condition.
http://www.thedinosaurpark.co.uk/ My 7 yr old loved this place as it fits in with his obsession about monsters!
http://www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk/ Haven’t been here for a long time but I know they have more rides now. They have an under 5s area with mini versions of the bigger rides and they let me in as a disabled person when I was pregnant and couldn’t go on rides.
http://www.folly-farm.co.uk/ This place is fantastic, always worth a visit.
http://www.pembroke-castle.co.uk/ & http://www.manorbiercastle.co.uk/ I know a lot of castles aren’t very accessible but we can’t go to Tenby without visiting a castle cos my oldest lad loves them. Charlie has GDD and is a bit wobbly on his feet but with a hand to hold I was amazed how much he got round both of these castles.
http://www.clerkenhill.co.uk my boys loved the frisbee golf a few years ago.
If I think of any more I’ll let you know.
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Don't know why that came up twice, i only posted it once! Strange!
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thanks for all info will keep me busy! Alex is four and in a wheelchair so do need things to be easy access, although we have a great 3 wheel all terrain buggy so beaches and woodland is not a problem. the house we are staying in is fully adapted so dont need to take much equipment just need the sunshine.
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