Tenby is well connected by road and by rail, and if you’re making your own way to see us you’ll find that we’re well signposted and easy to get to.
If you’re coming to Tenby from the east, the M4 will make up the majority of your route until you hit the A48 just passed Llanelli. From there you’ll pass through our largest neighbouring town, Carmarthen, where you’ll pick up the A40. Tenby is clearly signposted from this point.
From the midlands, you may find the Heads of the Valley road a more attractive route than the motorway. Head for the A438 which can be joined near Hereford until you reach the A40 at Brecon. From here follow the same road until you reach Carmarthen, then follow the signs for Tenby.
Tenby has a multi-storey car park which is located in the centre of town. If you have a sat-nav, the postcode SA70 7LS should bring you to its entrance.
Tenby has its own train station which is just a short walk from town. You’ll find that most trains will require you to change at Swansea (some at Bristol too), but don’t panic when your Swansea train leaves the station backwards (many a traveller has been confused by this!). Expect a journey from London, Birmingham or Manchester to take between five or six hours.
While you’re here, you may need to get taxis to and from local attractions or your accommodation. You’ll find the details of a few local companies below: