, Trefloyne Lane, Tenby, Pembrokeshire.
Just outside the Pembrokeshire seaside town of Tenby, Trefloyne Manor is a 15th century country manor hotel that that takes special pride in its hospitality, and backs it up with a modern helping of five-star amenities. Flagstone floors, exposed original wooden beams and wingback chairs jostle playfully with designer lighting. It’s an attractive mix.
Surrounded by gardens, terraces and fields, the hotel also has its own 18 hole parkland golf course. For another sort of relaxation, The Dovecote Naturally is the hotel’s spa where a wealth of massages and treatments are on offer. Try the ’scrub bar’ or a body wrap, a facial, all sorts of massages, tinting and waxing; or sample a little of everything with the Dovecote Pamper Package.
The AA Rosette award-winning Orangery Restaurant at Trefloyne Manor is proud of the provenance behind its food; honest local food served in a relaxed and inviting setting. Local fish comes from from Tenby harbour and across Pembrokeshire and South Wales. Welsh meat is sourced from a local family butcher, and vegetables come from the manor’s very own gardens and over the hedge from Ritec Valley Organic farm. The chefs in the Trefloyne Kitchen offer a seasonal and ever-changing menu, welcoming the challenge to diversify their dishes every season.
Breakfast choices include a full Welsh breakfast, smoked salmon, or eggs any way you like them. Plus a selection of cereals, fresh fruit, natural yoghurt, porridge, fruit juices, and a continuous stream of fresh tea or coffee of course.
Five individually decorated bedrooms in the manor itself all have a juliet balcony looking out to views of the Ritec Valley. Features in each room include a television, radio, ironing facilities and a private bathroom. The Coach House offers a further seven individually designed bedrooms each one with some unique feature to distinguish it, plus expansive views across the Ritec Valley and the golf course.
Pembrokeshire really needs no introduction. For energetic walkers there is the coast path; walk as much or as little of it as takes your fancy. For something more leisurely there is Tenby beach and harbour. Around and about there are quad bike sessions, a wildlife park, the Dinosaur Park, and no visit would be complete without a boat trip across to Caldey Island.