NEWS & VIEWS
8 February 2017
A Welsh Weekend of Romance
Located in West Wales’ picturesque countryside, just a short walk away from Tenby and Pembrokeshire’s award winning coastline, Trefloyne is the perfect place for a little weekend romance.
Stay in one of Trefloyne’s individually designed boutique rooms and lofts all equipped with fluffy white towels, luxurious bath products and a full Welsh breakfast each morning. The Terrace Restaurant provides stunning views of the surrounding countryside and a menu that features locally sourced meat, fish and produce, paired with an extensive menu of fine wines.
To help you plan a perfect romantic getaway here is Trefloyne’s top 5 things to do with a loved one…
1. Soak up seaside scenery at Stackpole Estate
The grade 1 listed landscape of Stackpole Estate, located just 5 miles from Pembroke, offers an ideal place to explore a beautiful stretch coastline with a loved one. Stackpole is home to award-winning beaches and tranquil woodlands along with freshwater lakes created over 150 years ago by the Cawdor family. Here are a range of activities on offer including miles of footpaths and an abundance of nature such as otters, as well as regular stargazing events for a romantic evening under the stars.
2. Get a pampered at Trefloyne
Trefloyne is surrounded by picturesque countryside with walks accessible right from the Manor door, but if you don’t fancy venturing out choose one of our in room Spa treatments for an afternoon of pampering. The treatment menu features a Natural Radiance Facial and Aromatherapy Full Body Massage, with all treatments using the finest organic skin products.
3. Walk along Pembrokeshire’s Stunning Coastline
The world-renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path was the first National trail in Wales and provides 186 miles of breathtaking coastal scenery. Located just a short away from Trefloyne, the trail passes 58 beaches and the charming town of Tenby, walk hand in hand whilst taking in sea views and the array of coastal flowers. The coastal path is an ideal activity for a picturesque afternoon stroll or day of exploring West Wales’ dramatic landscapes.
4. Castle Enchantment at Pembroke
Pembroke Caste is seeped in history dating back to 1093 with distinctive Norman architecture that was once home to a succession of barons. Spend an enchanting afternoon exploring the labyrinth of passageways and towers whilst enjoying views from the castle walls across the medieval town of Pembroke and beyond.
5. Lovespoon Carving in Tenby
The pretty harbour town of Tenby overlooks some of Pembrokeshire’s award winning beaches and the cobbled streets are home to many shops. Those looking for more adventure can wander along Tenby’s harbour where you can embark on a boat to the nearby Caldey Island. For a quirky romantic activity try your hand at the ancient Welsh tradition of carving lovespoons at the family run The Lovespoon Workshop.