Trefloyne Manor is a family-run, luxury venue which includes 12 rooms, The Loft Apartment, Daffodil Lodge, an AA Rosette restaurant, an 18 hole golf course and The Dovecote, our luxury treatment suite.
Whatever your reason to visit Trefloyne Manor, you will have an unforgettable experience. Whether it be a weekend away, a relaxed summertime evening meal, an elegant wedding, a retreat or even a business meeting, you will be welcomed with open arms.
The Orangery is our AA Rosette awarded restaurant. It is a relaxing place to dine and provides stunning views over the terrace and the sweeping manor grounds beyond. The restaurant uses produce from locally sourced suppliers for its ever-evolving menu, specials board and famous fish board.
Trefloyne Manor (formerly Trellwyn) is set in the Ritec Valley, near the known seaside town of Tenby. The manor and grounds have a long history so you'll find exposed 16th century beams, flagstone floors and the remains of a dovecote within the spa. Trefloyne Manor prides itself on providing five-star hospitality, with a modern helping amenities. After a rousing day of roaming the Pembrokeshire Coast or navigating the local towns and villages, retire to a roaring log fire, uncork a fruity number and cosy up for delicious grub of the highest order, courtesy of the team at the Trefloyne Kitchen.
A unique golfing experience awaits you at Trefloyne Manor. We have 18 holes of striking parkland golf, set in Tenby's rolling countryside, which provides golfers of all levels with a memorable challenge. Extensive winter programmes each year have allowed the course to progress and develop within the parameters of today's ever changing golfing world.
Trefloyne Manor held its first PGA event in 2010 and, with close links with the Welsh and Dyfed Golf Unions, has been gaining new fans year on year. We cater for corporate events, those who want to turn up and play and members. We also have a pro shop & driving range within the grounds. Your first experience of Trefloyne will definitely not be your last!