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Welcome to Rebleen Guest House

Address: Southcliff Street, Tenby, SA70 7EA

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Superbly situated in West Wales’ premier resort, Rebleen Guest House is within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Overlooking the Blue Flag South Beach, it is just 2 minutes’ walk from the historic walled town of Tenby. This Victorian terraced house offers rooms with a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. The en suite bath or shower rooms have complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. In the mornings, Rebleen serves full cooked breakfast in the dining room. Dishes are served alongside a selection of cereals, fresh fruit, and yoghurts. The Rebleen Guest House boasts views over Caldey Island and Tenby Golf Club. The surrounding area is ideal for outdoor activities, including surfing, sailing, and fishing. Guests can enjoy walks along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, which is a National Trail. There is a public car park adjacent to the property.

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Oakwood Theme Park - Theme Park

Oakwood Theme Park - Theme Park

Distance 9 miles (14.39 km)
Oakwood Theme Park is one of the UK's top ten theme parks and one of Wales' largest tourist attractions with over 400,000 visitors each year. 2006 sees the launch of the new steel roller coaster, Speed: No Limits, the UK's first 'beyond vertical' first drop. Speed joins the other fantastic white knuckle rides, Hydro, Europe's fastest and wettest water coaster, Megafobia, the award winning wooden rollercoaster, Vertigo, a 50m sky coaster and The Bounce, an exhilarating shot and drop tower coaster. Oakwood's family favourites include The Pirate Ship, Treetops coaster, Brer Rabbit's Burrow, The Waterfall, The Bobsleigh, Snake River Falls, Crazy Golf and Pedaloes on the Boating Lake. And for smaller kids there's plenty of fun to be had in KidzWorld - a special world just for children - with the Lost Kingdom, The Wacky Factory, Techniquest, the Clown Coaster, jet planes, mini trucks and mini pirate ships. Family fun for everyone.

Pembroke Castle - Pembrokeshire - Castle

Pembroke Castle - Pembrokeshire - Castle

Distance 9.24 miles (14.79 km)
Pembroke Castle is one of the largest castles in Wales. It was not a royal castle but the possession of a private lord - his residence and the administrative centre of his territories. The Castle occupies a strong position high on a ridge between two tidal inlets. Its fortifications were extended throughout its history and it displays stonework from many periods. The dominant feature of Pembroke Castle is the massive round Keep, built soon after 1200. Its walls are 19 feet thick at the base and the Keep rises to 75 feet in height. Inside the Castle there are tableaux depicting mediaeval life within its walls including copies of costumes, furniture, tableware, wall hangings and other artefacts found locally. Displays interpreting the history of the site from other periods are also to be found amongst its many complete towers.