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The Cross Inn, Penally - pub details

Address: Strawberry Lane, Penally, Dyfed, SA70 7PU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 44520) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Penally (0.1 miles), Tenby (1.2 miles), Saundersfoot (4.7 miles)

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user reviews of the Cross Inn, Penally

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This is an excellent little pub, in a lovely little village.
If the sun is out, it would be hard to find a more relaxing spot to sit outside and have a pint than here ... the pub is slightly elevated and looks out over part of the Links golf course, then the beach and sea and even part of Caldey Island.

Locals were some real characters and made us feel very welcome.

Doom Bar was excellent. Didn't try the Penally Old Codgers.
Taffy Apple cider in bottles was also very very nice.

Food was also very decent pub grub.

We had planned in staying in Tenby, but couldn't find any cottages to rent that would allow dogs. In the end we were glad we were forced further out to Penally, as we were a 2 minute walk from this pub. Tenby is only a 30 minute walk away straight along the beach.

Dog friendly also.

Hope to return some day.
Pat_Bateman - 21 Dec 2016 15:59
Visited on 19/5/15 for a pint of Penally Old Codgers, a Molson Coors brew for £3 which I think is Hancocks HB re-badged if the entry in GBG 2015 is to be believed (the landlady didn't seem to know). Doom Bar and Reverend James also on sale. One open plan large room with a bar area to the left (with TV and some rugby memorabilia) and modern dining tables up a small step to the right. Good views from the seats outside over the quiet lane at the front. A functional rather than stylish mid 19th century pub which is presumably Grade II listed because of its exterior rather than its interior. Architecture/design aside, good beer though and that's what it's all about!
paul_d102 - 11 Jun 2015 16:03

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