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Trefloyne Manor, Tenby, Pembrokeshire
This family enterprise close to Tenby has lots going for it. The rambling Victorian manor - once a farmhouse - is furnished in an unpretentious, rustic style, with lots of enticing public areas indoors and out to eat, drink and unwind. Set at the end of a long drive, the hotel overlooks the undulating fairways of its scenic 18-hole golf course. But Trefloyne's owners are at pains to stress this is not a golf hotel - though golfers use the hotel's restaurant and bar, the golf club's facilities are kept separate. More important enticements for most hotel visitors are the hearty, down-to-earth food, the delightful little spa in an old dovecote, and the smart and comfy bedrooms, particularly those in the barn-like former coach house.
We love that you're in a thoroughly peaceful and rural spot, but at the same time the bright lights of Tenby are close by.
The coast is less than a 10-minute drive from the hotel, as are the shops and restaurants of Tenby.
By car: around 2 hours from Cardiff, 4 hours 30 minutes from London and 5 hours 30 minutes from Sheffield. There is free parking on site.
By train: The closest train station to the Trefloyne Manor is Penally Station. The hotel is a 6-minute taxi ride from Penally Station. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
Trefloyne Manor is perfect for those looking for a peaceful and roomy south Pembrokeshire base with good food and facilities, including the on-site golf course and a spa. The hotel set-up and the golf side of things are sensibly kept as separate as possible from each other.
Service & Facilities
The spa, Dovecote Naturally, is intimate, unusual and atmospheric, and as such our favourite spot in the complex.
- Golf course
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Our favourite room is the Coach House Bridal Suite, whose romantic pièce de résistance is a slipper bath on a raised platform within the main room. There are also appealing self-catering options - the light-filled and stylish Loft Apartment and The Daffodil Chalet, a timber lodge in the grounds' woodland.
Manor House rooms and suites, Coach House suites, The Daffodil Chalet, The Loft Apartment
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities
Food & Drink
There is a great choice of dining spots - as well as the conservatory restaurant, you can eat in the bar and, weather permitting, on the big terrace overlooking the golf course. For us, a highlight is the generous bowl of pan-fried tiger prawns with garlic and herb butter, served with a chunk of home-made bread.
The Orangery: one AA Rosette. Informal, modern British cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £8.