May 22nd 2020 | A message from us about COVID-19.
We plan to re-open the hotel on Saturday July 4th 2020. Our diaries are now officially back open for the summer and beyond, including 2021. We are keeping a close eye on all government updates and will only re-open when it is completely safe to do so and in accordance with the best advice.
In order to give you as much flexibility as possible during this uncertain time, our booking policy has been adjusted for all future bookings. No pre-payments or deposits will be taken for bookings to give you little financial commitment to us but something lovely pencilled in your diary to look forward to. You can read all of our terms and conditions here.
It would be silly to assume that things will immediately go back to normal once we are able to safely re-open, so we are busy working on a number of carefully considered changes to the way we run things here at the hotel to ensure that everyone, staff and guests, are able to maintain a certain level of social distancing and remain as safe as possible during their stay.
For us, it is so important that we maintain the relaxed, comfortable atmosphere of the hotel and that we are still the perfect place to come, enjoy and unwind by the sea. Before you arrive we will be sending out an email that will provide any information that you may need and we hope that you will feel re-assured and comforted when you arrive.
We cannot wait to welcome you back to our beautiful spot by the sea.
Warmest Wishes to you and your family,
Lucas and Melanie Boissevain xxx
p.s. we are now working as a small family team but our phone lines are manned Monday - Friday from 10am - 5pm(ish). You can also contact us every day via email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we are still processing, selling and posting Gift Vouchers.
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.