Tŷ Ffynnon (pronounced tea fun-on) is Welsh and translates to Spring or Well House. Penally has an abundance of natural springs, including the Holy Well or Sacred Spring of St Deiniol in the grounds of Penally Abbey.
We have drying room for muddy boots, outdoor kit and wetsuits and a warm outdoor shower for washing away the salt and sand after a day at the beach.
Penally village has two pubs both serving food - The Cross Inn and The Paddock Inn. The Cross Inn is within easy walking distance. There is also the beautiful Penally Abbey for that special occasion dinner, cocktails and afternoon tea.
Penally train station is within walking distance and the 349 bus stops just outside for journeys to Tenby, Pembroke and Haverfordwest.
There is a gravel car park to the rear of the property, please park considerately as space can be tight at busy times.
There are seven guest bedrooms situated on the first and second floors, this means we are unsuitable for wheelchair access. There is a single step to enter the building from the car park and two steps outside, and a further step inside if entering from the front door.
Smoking and vaping is not permitted in the premises.
Freddie the cat and Timmy the Lurcher are in residence, as a result we are unfortunately unable to accept pets.
TÃ¿ Ffynnon is not suitable for children under the age of 5