Welcome to the Parsonage Farm Inn
The parsonage farm inn, restaurant and bar, set in a friendly & lively village 3 miles from the centre of Tenby. Surrounded by the beautiful award winning countryside, coastline & blue flag beaches of Pembrokeshire that are loved by many generations.
The property boasts a relaxed country style setting with and inside décor of two of the most well known aspects of our county, farming and idyllic countryside alongside fresh sea & surf.
Bar, Restaurant and Hotel
Our facilities consist of lounge bar, restaurant, 7 bedroom hotel, beer garden, live sports including sky and BT sport. our restaurant, bar and beer garden are welcome to all including dogs.
In September things get tougher when we host the world famous ironman triathlon often referred to as facing the dragon. Known as one of the toughest ironman courses but also world renowned for the spectator support and epic courses. The battle between person and the Pembrokeshire terrain consists of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and a 26.2 mile marathon all to be completed within 17 hours to be declared an IRONMAN.
Stay With Us
Set in the little village of St Florence our B&B offers bed and breakfast accommodation, good food, lively bar, warm atmosphere, open fire, free car park and wifi. We are a 5 minute drive from Tenby and within 6 miles of most attractions.
Our bedrooms follow our theme of Pembrokeshire farming and seaside.
All bedrooms are en-suite and come with complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, tv’s, tea & coffee facilities.
The Local Area
The Pembrokeshire coastline makes a perfect place to enjoy a variety of outdoor pursuits for the more sporty and adventurous types. If you’re a water sports enthusiast or beginner the range of settings along the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline is the perfect place to put your skills to the test not one beach is the same. The stunning cliffs around the many beaches and reservoirs are ideal for rock climbing or even a bit of coasteering. There are also some stunning rivers for a quiet paddle on a kayak or paddle board.
Winter in Pembrokeshire
One of the quieter times to visit however there is still plenty to do if you love the great outdoors. Plenty of walks and hidden places to explore whether woodland or coastal path where you will see plenty of wildlife and exceptional natural beauty that are not often too far away from a pub with an open fire to rest for a while.