Tenby in Pembrokeshire. View of the North Beach in on a clear October day during low tide.

Penally and Tenby 

Penally Grange is situated on the edge of the idyllic village of Penally and a mile from the iconic sea side town of Tenby.

Penally boosts historic features, a quaint village church and painted seaside cottages. Visit Penally Abbey once owned by the renowned Irish Whiskey family of Jameson. Take one of the beautiful coastal paths and take in the breathtaking views of Caldey Island and St Margaret’s Island, on a fine day hire a boat and explore them for yourself.  

If golf and sport are your preference both Tenby golf course and Trefloyne golf course are a short drive away. There are various sports like kitesurfing and wild swimming to off road quad biking are a short distance from Penally as well. Events like the The Iron Man weekend run annually, bringing lots of famous faces to the area. We haven’t forgotten the kids with Oakwood a short drive away, your  thrill seekers are sure to enjoy their roller coasters and rides. 


There are numerous local artisans and makers in nearby Tenby, offering courses from pottery to forging. 

There is something for all the family to enjoy when visiting the area.
The local blues festival and other music events give a really fun vibe to the town of Tenby and the old classic ice cream parlours and fish and chip shops bring back the memories of seaside holidays from days gone by.

The beaches in Tenby and Penally have won awards for their quality, Tenby won the Times best beach award in 2019! For good food and evening entertainment both Penally and Tenby have got you covered with Fine dining award winning restaurants.