D Fecci & Sons
St Mary's Church
The graceful arched roof of 13th-century St Mary's Church is studded with fascinating wooden bosses, mainly dating from the 15th century...
Tudor Merchant's House
Tenby's oldest buildings are found on steep Quay Hill. This handsome town house was once the dwelling of a late-15th-century merchant...
William Paxton built his saltwater baths above the harbour in what is now Laston House. The Greek writing on the pediment translates as...
Tenby House is a lively hotel bar with cool tunes on Friday and Saturday nights, and a sunny, flower-bedecked courtyard for summer...
Blue Ball Restaurant
Polished wood, old timber beams and exposed brickwork create a cosy, rustic atmosphere in what is probably Tenby's best restaurant. The...
Lonely Planet review
Eating fish and chips on the beach is a British tradition, and D Fecci & Sons is a Tenby institution, having been in business since 1935. Not only is the fish locally sourced, so are the potatoes. The same family run the traditional Fecci's Ice Cream Parlour on St George's St.