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Wychwood House Penally is the perfect retreat and is only a nine-minute walk away from the magnificent Penally beach, Tenby South beach, and the breathtaking panoramic views from Giltar Point.  Its grounds open to a public footpath that leads down to a sandy beach, and the house itself enjoys views of the magnificent Pembrokeshire coast to the south. A mile away is the walled town of Tenby, which is accessible via free Wi-Fi throughout the property and free parking on site.

When you arrive at Wychwood House Penally, a pot of tea will be waiting for you, and you can sample some of the freshly baked, mouth-watering Welsh cakes. Warming up next to an open fire in the cooler months, or sitting outside in the vast garden, which is filled with trees and shrubs, are options for guests.

Rooms at Wychwood House Penally are elegantly decorated and equipped with a flat-screen television as well as amenities for preparing tea, coffee, and hot chocolate on request. Some of the rooms feature a beautiful four-poster bed as well as a balcony.

On each morning, a hearty prepared breakfast is served in the charming dining room. Fresh fruit and pastries are also available, as is freshly ground coffee and a selection of teas, among other things.

Penally is a coastal village in the county of Pembrokeshire, and it is well known for its Celtic cross. With views overlooking Tenby, Caldey Island, Giltar Point, and Tenby Golf Course, which runs alongside Tenby South Beach to the south of the village, this award-winning beach is backed by dunes and forms part of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

Tenby South Beach is a popular destination for walkers and cyclists. People can walk through the linkages to the beach and to Tenby, which are clearly defined with waymarks on the ground. Trefloyne Golf Club, located inland and to the west of the settlement, is home to another golf course.


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