Penally lies just over a mile from Tenby in the county of Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. The charming village has easy access to the sea, making it a popular spot with visitors, and there are spectacular views from the village towards Caldey Island, Giltar Point and Tenby.
The village church was originally dedicated to St Nicholas but St Teilo was added at the end 19th century, as Penally was his birthplace. The church dates back to the 13th century and includes a striking fortress like tower. Inside are two magnificent stone crosses which date back to the 12th century. The crosses stood in the churchyard for 100 years before being restored and moved inside the church.
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