April 6th 2020 | A message from us about COVID-19.
We are currently closed for the forseeable future. It is an incredibly sad thing to stop welcoming guests to experience the wonder that Pembrokeshire holds, but the safety of the nation, our community, our staff and our family is paramount. We will only re-open when it is completely safe to do so and in accordance with the best advice.
Please bare with us as we spend the coming weeks contacting and speaking to everyone with bookings for April & May. We have been working extremely hard, as a now reduced small family team, to organise the scarily large number of cancellations and refunds that we are to process. It is a rather daunting prospect and we have spent the past two weeks identifying the challenges ahead and working out what the reality is regarding government support, bank support, support for our staff and of course having to close the hotel, albeit on a temporary basis.
We totally understand that so many are in an uncertain position but if you are able to re-arrange your booking dates to later in the year or for 2021, we would be ever so grateful. By re-scheduling as opposed to cancelling, it helps us enormously.
Thank you so much for your support and patience during this difficult time.
Warmest Wishes to you and your family,
Lucas and Melanie Boissevain xxx
p.s. our phones will not always be manned 7 days a week going forward so please do email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Thank you.
Restaurant ...a cosy hotel overlooking the sea, near Tenby
As you find it today, Penally Abbey is a true labour of love for the Boissevain family. It is home to a candle lit restaurant called Rhosyn, 12 beautiful bedrooms, a happy little spaniel called Maud and acres of wonderful woodlands & gardens.
Located just outside Tenby, and a 10 minute walk from the magical Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Penally is a place where time slows down and sea views, squishy armchairs and home-cooked food soothe the soul.