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OVERVIEW
Trefloyne Manor stands in a tranquil, rural spot near Tenby, surveying its 18-hole golf course. It offers rustic-chic bedrooms, good, uncomplicated food in a conservatory restaurant, and an attractive spa in old dovecote.

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THE LOCATION

The hotel is in the picturesque Ritec Valley, set within 200 acres of grounds that include ancient woodland and a 18-hole golf course. Monastic Caldey Island is a popular boat-trip excursion.

It's a 5-minute drive to the lively Pembrokeshire resort of Tenby, which has some great beaches, bars and restaurants.

By car: around 2 hours from Cardiff, over 5 hours from London and 5 hours 30 minutes from Sheffield. Free on-site parking available.

By train: London to Tenby takes around 5 hours, after which, it's a 7-minute taxi to the hotel. Book trains to Tenby.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

The hotel is spread across a largely Victorian, multi-gabled stone building and assorted extensions and outbuildings. It's rustic yet modern, with wood-burning stoves, cosy lounges, a bar and a big, light-filled conservatory restaurant overlooking the golf course. It's informal with a gentle buzz.

THE FACILITIES

The manor is owned and run by the Beynon family, and on our visit they were visibly present, chatting and fussing over guests. Staff were efficient and helpful. Dovecote Naturally spa offers a range of treatments including massages and facials.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Golf course
  • Spa
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

Décor in the bedrooms is rustic-chic, bathrooms are modern and good quality. Cosier, more affordable rooms are in the main building; larger and fancier ones with beams and exposed or whitewashed stone walls are in the nearby former coach house.

Room types: Manor House rooms and suites, Coach House suites, The Daffodil Chalet, The Loft Apartment

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The Orangery serves accomplished British dishes, using Welsh meat, locally caught fish and veg grown in Trefloyne's greenhouse. Save room for big breakfasts.

The Orangery: one AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, modern British cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £8.

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