4 Greenhill Ave Guidebook

Liz & Martyn
4 Greenhill Ave Guidebook

Family Days out

Great fun for the family and only a 10 minute drive from the house
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Heatherton Activity Park Ltd
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Great fun for the family and only a 10 minute drive from the house
Manor House Wildlife Park is a 52-acre zoo located just 10 minutes drive from the house
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Manor House Wildlife Park
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Manor House Wildlife Park is a 52-acre zoo located just 10 minutes drive from the house
And you thought the age of dinosaurs had come to an end? 65 million years ago? A meteor, or so you heard? Well, think again! Think 'Wales'! Think 'Pembrokeshire'! Think 'great places to visit'! Then step back through the mists of time to the land that time forgot at The Dinosaur Park in Tenby, and whether you’re a toddler or teenager, granny or granddad, or anything in between, there are hours of great value family fun (and fear) waiting for you, lurking around every corner...
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Dinosaur Park
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And you thought the age of dinosaurs had come to an end? 65 million years ago? A meteor, or so you heard? Well, think again! Think 'Wales'! Think 'Pembrokeshire'! Think 'great places to visit'! Then step back through the mists of time to the land that time forgot at The Dinosaur Park in Tenby, and whether you’re a toddler or teenager, granny or granddad, or anything in between, there are hours of great value family fun (and fear) waiting for you, lurking around every corner...
Thrills and spills for all at Wales' biggest theme park. Magical rides for kids, adrenaline-fueled fun and free dog kennels
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Oakwood Theme Park
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Thrills and spills for all at Wales' biggest theme park. Magical rides for kids, adrenaline-fueled fun and free dog kennels

Sightseeing

Caldey Island is owned and run by the Reformed Order of Cistercian monks, who live a simple life farming the island alongside a small village community. They produce a number of famous homegrown items including chocolate, ice cream, clotted cream, shortbread and yoghurt, plus perfumes and hand lotions derived from wild flowers that grow on the island. Boats run to and from the island every 15 minutes from 9.30 am until 5.00 pm Monday to Friday, and on Saturdays from mid May until mid September. Tickets are available from the Caldey Island kiosk at Tenby harbour entrance ( 01834 844453 ). The twenty-minute trip leaves visitors at the landing spot on the beautiful Priory beach, the only safe bathing spot on the island. From here it is a short stroll to the village and Monastery.
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Caldey Island
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Caldey Island is owned and run by the Reformed Order of Cistercian monks, who live a simple life farming the island alongside a small village community. They produce a number of famous homegrown items including chocolate, ice cream, clotted cream, shortbread and yoghurt, plus perfumes and hand lotions derived from wild flowers that grow on the island. Boats run to and from the island every 15 minutes from 9.30 am until 5.00 pm Monday to Friday, and on Saturdays from mid May until mid September. Tickets are available from the Caldey Island kiosk at Tenby harbour entrance ( 01834 844453 ). The twenty-minute trip leaves visitors at the landing spot on the beautiful Priory beach, the only safe bathing spot on the island. From here it is a short stroll to the village and Monastery.
Perched upon the cliffs, in the heart of the village, you can’t really miss the Norman’s Castle. The Castle occupies a commanding position overlooking the beautiful Manorbier Beach with the village nestled behind. Steeped in history and folklore this Norman gem has many secrets to discover. The fairytale turrets, great hall, chapel and landscaped gardens (designed by Daphne Shackleton one of Ireland’s foremost plants women) offer the perfect place to soak up the wonderful atmosphere. Tour the castle and gardens before having a well-earned break at the café. If you really get caught up in the romance, the castle is also available for weddings.
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Manorbier Castle
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Perched upon the cliffs, in the heart of the village, you can’t really miss the Norman’s Castle. The Castle occupies a commanding position overlooking the beautiful Manorbier Beach with the village nestled behind. Steeped in history and folklore this Norman gem has many secrets to discover. The fairytale turrets, great hall, chapel and landscaped gardens (designed by Daphne Shackleton one of Ireland’s foremost plants women) offer the perfect place to soak up the wonderful atmosphere. Tour the castle and gardens before having a well-earned break at the café. If you really get caught up in the romance, the castle is also available for weddings.
Idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary, this mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore, plus there are super exhibitions, which tell the tale of its medieval life. Once the seat of a succession of major barons who played leading roles in shaping Britain's history, this historic showpiece is the birthplace of Henry Tudor, father to the infamous Henry VIII and grandfather of Elizabeth I. Spend a day, and picnic in the beautifully kept grounds or from St. Anne's Bastion, enjoy views along the estuary while partaking of refreshments from the snack bar. Visit the Brass Rubbing Centre and quickly and easily, make an attractive souvenir. Complete your visit with a walk around the medieval town walls and millpond, and from the opposite bank of the river, view the castle in all its splendour, surrounded by this peaceful stretch of water.
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Pembroke Castle
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Idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary, this mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore, plus there are super exhibitions, which tell the tale of its medieval life. Once the seat of a succession of major barons who played leading roles in shaping Britain's history, this historic showpiece is the birthplace of Henry Tudor, father to the infamous Henry VIII and grandfather of Elizabeth I. Spend a day, and picnic in the beautifully kept grounds or from St. Anne's Bastion, enjoy views along the estuary while partaking of refreshments from the snack bar. Visit the Brass Rubbing Centre and quickly and easily, make an attractive souvenir. Complete your visit with a walk around the medieval town walls and millpond, and from the opposite bank of the river, view the castle in all its splendour, surrounded by this peaceful stretch of water.
Three flooded limestone valleys best known for their covering carpet of lilies, which are at their best in June. A footpath winds its way around the banks to the spectacular beach at Broad Haven South. These freshwater lakes are part of a National Nature Reserve and home to otters, wildfowl and dragonflies. The ponds also offer good coarse fishing and are well stocked.
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Bosherston Lakes (CP)
6 Windsor Rd
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Three flooded limestone valleys best known for their covering carpet of lilies, which are at their best in June. A footpath winds its way around the banks to the spectacular beach at Broad Haven South. These freshwater lakes are part of a National Nature Reserve and home to otters, wildfowl and dragonflies. The ponds also offer good coarse fishing and are well stocked.
Beautiful Barafundle Bay was once one of Pembrokeshire’s best kept secrets. The locals knew this crescent-shaped golden beach of deep, soft sand, and told no-one. It was their jealously guarded piece of recreational paradise, facing east like the eye of Stackpole Warren whose long nose is Stackpole Head and its prominent chin Saddle Point.
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Barafundle Bay
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Beautiful Barafundle Bay was once one of Pembrokeshire’s best kept secrets. The locals knew this crescent-shaped golden beach of deep, soft sand, and told no-one. It was their jealously guarded piece of recreational paradise, facing east like the eye of Stackpole Warren whose long nose is Stackpole Head and its prominent chin Saddle Point.
The beauty of Britain’s only coastal national park hasn’t gone unnoticed. National Geographic Traveler magazine in the US recently rated the Pembrokeshire Coast one of the top two coastal destinations in the world. No wonder its visitors keep returning, year after year. The completion of the Wales Coast Path in 2012 prompted a wave of praise and appreciation. Rightly so, of course. No other country has created a public footpath tracing its entire coastline. From that point of view, it was quite an innovation. But in Wales, celebrating all things coastal is nothing new – especially in Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire coastline is an intricate ribbon of weather-worn cliffs, dazzling beaches and secret coves, jewelled with rock pools. Here, where land, sea and sky combine, walkers, surfers, kayakers and sailors are in their element.
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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
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The beauty of Britain’s only coastal national park hasn’t gone unnoticed. National Geographic Traveler magazine in the US recently rated the Pembrokeshire Coast one of the top two coastal destinations in the world. No wonder its visitors keep returning, year after year. The completion of the Wales Coast Path in 2012 prompted a wave of praise and appreciation. Rightly so, of course. No other country has created a public footpath tracing its entire coastline. From that point of view, it was quite an innovation. But in Wales, celebrating all things coastal is nothing new – especially in Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire coastline is an intricate ribbon of weather-worn cliffs, dazzling beaches and secret coves, jewelled with rock pools. Here, where land, sea and sky combine, walkers, surfers, kayakers and sailors are in their element.
Britain’s smallest city both in terms of size and population, St Davids is nevertheless an important religious centre, and has been for almost a millennium. Birthplace of St David, Patron Saint of Wales, it was historically a place of pilgrimage from the time of the Crusades and it was said that two pilgrimages there were worth one to Rome.
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St Davids
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Britain’s smallest city both in terms of size and population, St Davids is nevertheless an important religious centre, and has been for almost a millennium. Birthplace of St David, Patron Saint of Wales, it was historically a place of pilgrimage from the time of the Crusades and it was said that two pilgrimages there were worth one to Rome.

Sports and Activities

Tenby Golf Club is just a two minute walk from the house and is one of the true gems of Wales’ idyllic south-west coast. Set among a patchwork of rolling green terrain and wild dunes, Tenby boasts a classic 18-hole links course and a variety of challenges which will test golfers at every level.
Tenby Golf Club
Tenby Golf Club is just a two minute walk from the house and is one of the true gems of Wales’ idyllic south-west coast. Set among a patchwork of rolling green terrain and wild dunes, Tenby boasts a classic 18-hole links course and a variety of challenges which will test golfers at every level.
Adrenalin packed and a great way to see the beautiful coastline
Tenby Coasteering
Adrenalin packed and a great way to see the beautiful coastline
Outer Reef Surf School, Pembrokeshire's Premier Surf & Paddle Boarding School. We offer a full range of surfing lessons & paddle boarding courses for all ages & abilities. We are based on the Pembrokeshire's coastline in Wales on the westerly tip of the UK. Come & have your Surf Lesson & join us. Come & experience Pembrokeshire’s amazing blue flag beaches. Outer Reef Surf School was established in 1999 & has been running Surf Lessons & Paddle Boarding Courses & offering equipment hire from our Surf Shop ever since. Our Surf Instructors are all fully qualified ISA Surf Coaches & SLSGB Beach Lifeguards, who specialise in surf coach development worldwide & will run you through all stages of learning to Surf & Paddle Board in Pembrokeshire. All surf equipment is provided by us. We are The Official Activity Provider for the National Trust & our Surf Centre is licensed by the AALA Adventure Activities Licensing.
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Outer Reef Surf School
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Outer Reef Surf School, Pembrokeshire's Premier Surf & Paddle Boarding School. We offer a full range of surfing lessons & paddle boarding courses for all ages & abilities. We are based on the Pembrokeshire's coastline in Wales on the westerly tip of the UK. Come & have your Surf Lesson & join us. Come & experience Pembrokeshire’s amazing blue flag beaches. Outer Reef Surf School was established in 1999 & has been running Surf Lessons & Paddle Boarding Courses & offering equipment hire from our Surf Shop ever since. Our Surf Instructors are all fully qualified ISA Surf Coaches & SLSGB Beach Lifeguards, who specialise in surf coach development worldwide & will run you through all stages of learning to Surf & Paddle Board in Pembrokeshire. All surf equipment is provided by us. We are The Official Activity Provider for the National Trust & our Surf Centre is licensed by the AALA Adventure Activities Licensing.
The water around Tenby is crystal clear. Hire a kayak or sup to explore the beautiful bays and coves.
Tenby Watersports
The water around Tenby is crystal clear. Hire a kayak or sup to explore the beautiful bays and coves.

Nights out

Great location in the heart of Tenby and just a few minute stroll from the house. Lots of events held here so check out their website for more info: https://www.devalencepavilion.com/upcoming-events
De Valence Pavilion
Great location in the heart of Tenby and just a few minute stroll from the house. Lots of events held here so check out their website for more info: https://www.devalencepavilion.com/upcoming-events
If you're a night owl and feel like venturing out, take a taxi from town the sands nightclub in Saundersfoot.
Sands Nightclub
If you're a night owl and feel like venturing out, take a taxi from town the sands nightclub in Saundersfoot.
Large food orientated pub at the top of the steps leading from Tudor Square down to the harbour. The deep split-level interior has stone walls and beams with plenty of fishing equipment dotted around the walls and ceiling, including a coracle.. The front bar resembles a boat, which is exactly what it was, an old clinker boat previously used as a lifeboat. It was installed in 1996. Hancock’s HB is sold as Cwrw Tenby alongside the Doom Bar.
The Lifeboat Tavern
Large food orientated pub at the top of the steps leading from Tudor Square down to the harbour. The deep split-level interior has stone walls and beams with plenty of fishing equipment dotted around the walls and ceiling, including a coracle.. The front bar resembles a boat, which is exactly what it was, an old clinker boat previously used as a lifeboat. It was installed in 1996. Hancock’s HB is sold as Cwrw Tenby alongside the Doom Bar.

Food scene

The Qube in Tenby, Wales is an award winning family run restaurant and is family friendly too! We believe it is important to eat together with your loved ones, so we prepare our menus to suit all tastes. We are also happy to accommodate dinner parties, special occasion meals and festive suppers and often host live entertainment. In the winter, we will welcome you into our sophisticated dining space with an open log fire and in the summer, we have sunny outdoor seating and something chilled waiting for you. https://www.theqube-tenby.co.uk/
Qube Restaurant and Takeaway
7 Tudor Square
The Qube in Tenby, Wales is an award winning family run restaurant and is family friendly too! We believe it is important to eat together with your loved ones, so we prepare our menus to suit all tastes. We are also happy to accommodate dinner parties, special occasion meals and festive suppers and often host live entertainment. In the winter, we will welcome you into our sophisticated dining space with an open log fire and in the summer, we have sunny outdoor seating and something chilled waiting for you. https://www.theqube-tenby.co.uk/