Ynglŷn â Penfro

Discover the most extraordinary historic Grade II Listed townhouse in Pembroke. Award winning: Alastair Sawdays ‘One of Kind’ 2013/14. Three large, distinctive feature packed rooms. Fresh and locally sourced food where possible. Gluten free, vegetarian and religious diets all easily catered for.

Stay somewhere beautiful – Penfro.


Gwybodaeth Ychwanegol

Open from December to December.

WELSH:: Price Info:

Rates: B&B per person per night £35 – £45


  • Central heating
  • Cot high chair provided
  • Euros accepted
  • Evening meal arrangement
  • Prepared dishes available
  • Private Gardens
  • Single rooms available
  • Totally non smoking
  • TV in room/unit/static caravan
  • Vegetarian diets
  • Wifi Internet Access


Penfro Access Statement


• Penfro is situated on the main road that passes through Pembroke town centre.

• There is signage available at the front of the property.

• Further information on our location and on local

transport facilities is available on the

‘How to find us’ page of the website;


• There is space available for parking outside the main entrance on

a lay by area, off the side of the road.

• There is also a small car park directly opposite Penfro

on the other side of the road.

• Parking is free.

• Unfortunately Penfro has no influence over the use of

these parking facilities.

Main Entrance

• From the pavement, there are 4 flagstone steps up to the

main entrance door,they measure 180mm high, 220mm high,

170mm high and 160mm high consecutively.

There is no handrail and nosings are not highlighted.

• The main entrance has a clear opening width of 990mm and no threshold.

• There is a bell for alerting assistance at the front door set at 1340mm high.

• There is a temporary ramp available for use, however, it is very steep.

Hallway and stairs

• The hallway is well lit and manoeuvrability is good.

• Flooring is slip resistant and level throughout.

• There is seating and a range of desks available in this area.

• To reach the dining room and terrace there are 21 steps.

There are 11 steps down to the terrace and a further 10 steps

down to the kitchen and dining area.

• There is no lift available.

• Steps measure 130mm-140mm high, 310mm deep and 750mm wide.

• There is a wooden handrail situated on the right hand side descending.

• The stairs consist of carpet and nosings are not highlighted.

• Lighting is provided over the stairs.


• The door out to the terrace from the landing has a clear opening

of 750mm wide inward opening door.

• There is a threshold of approximately 60mm over the door.

• The terrace consists of a level and even slabs.

• There is seating available including chairs with firm back support

and arms and tables with legs positioned at the corners.

• Outside lighting is available.

• There are approximately 18 steps leading down from the terrace to the

rest of the garden. The steps are inconsistent and very uneven.

There is no handrail and nosings are not highlighted.

Kitchen/dining room

Note: for anyone who is unable to access the stairs down to the dining room,

breakfast can be served in rooms or on the terrace.

This service is also offered to people who are

able to use the stairs; however in that instance

there would be a small charge.

• There is a clear entry way of 1130mm wide into the kitchen/dining room.

• Flooring is consists of flagstones and is level throughout.

• Manoeuvrability is fair.

• Lighting is adequate and colour contrasting is good.

• The table style provides room for up close seating without leg obstruction.

• Chairs with firm back support and arms are available.


From the M4 – follow the A40 until a roundabout which signs A477 Pembroke Dock and Tenby and follow this. 

About 2 miles from Milton, there is a Vauxhall Garage on the right and shortly after is the main turning LEFT to Pembroke on the A4075.

(Do not worry if you miss this, there is another left turn a couple of miles on, nearer Pembroke Dock, in which case, pick up directions from ** this point.)

Follow this small winding road to Pembroke. Under the railway bridge and straight over the mini-rondabout.

Follow the main road around the town and turn RIGHT up past the castle – Get into the right hand lane. 

At the junction, turn right, this is a one way road.

**Drive up the hill, past the shops and when the road narrows and you see this, you will be only 50 yards away from Penfro.

5 minutes from Pembroke Railway Station.

Exit station and turn left under railway bridge. Penfro is 200 yards straight ahead on the left. You will need to make a small detour to safely cross the mini roundabout. Walking up the street, you will see a large chapel, now antique centre, in the middle of the road, Penfro is just before that on the left, the last of three large Georgian townhouses.