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Candy Restaurant

Sited in Crackwell St, seemingly precariously on the clifftop, Candy's serves well presented 'chips with everything' meals that are very popular with families. Seats in the window, overlooking the sands, are in great demand. The choice of cakes and sweets is mouthwatering. As with much of Tenby, don't plan to park close by. Closed during the winter.


Blueberry's Restaurant

Blueberry Restaurant, Tenby

The Blueberry is clos to St Mary's Church which dominates the Tenby skyline. Old photographs on the wall reveal it was once a butchers shop.



The restaurant is licensed and is open all the year round. The toilet is down a staircase. A very friendly eating place.

Plantagenet House Restaurant

Located next to the well-signposted Tudor Merchant's House, this is the oldest building in Tenby. The Plantagenet House Restaurant provides good food and friendly service. It is more expensive than some nearby eateries, but this is more than offset by the quality of the food. More.

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