Pembrokeshire has so much to offer but if you’d rather stay closer to home, there’s a whole host of things to do all within a five minute walk or drive of TÅ·Ffynnon:
Play a round on the historical Tenby Golf course, Wales’ oldest course.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is just across the road, affording fabulous views and wildlife as you walk.
From Ty Ffynnon it’s not far to walk to Penally beach and South beach - away from the crowds it’s the quieter end of South beach.
Visit the historical walled harbour town of Tenby with its beaches, shops, bars and restaurants. If you enjoy a walk, stroll across South beach into town.
Treat yourself to cocktails, afternoon tea or a special dinner at the beautiful Penally Abbey Hotel in the village.
For pamperning, Amire in Penally can offer facials and massage along with other beauty treatments.
From Castle beach in Tenby take a trip to Caldey Island or go mackerel fishing.
Manorbier village has a Norman castle overlooking the beach, take in the history before enjoying a treat in the Castle Cafe.
Gumfreston has several activity parks including Heatherton World of Activities, Manor Wildlife Park and the Dinosaur Park.