The Sun Inn is located on the east side of the church in the centre of the beautiful old village of St Florence, Pembrokeshire
The SUN Inn, st florence
This rustic old Inn, dating back to the 18th century is full of the charm and character you would expect from a traditional pembrokeshire village pub. Once a regular stop for pilgrims heading to the ancient Cathedral of St David's, now a friendly pub and restaurant run by locals Tommy and Ann, serving a great selection of food.
St Florence is a major stopping point for walkers on the Cistercian way, which was developed in 1998 as part of the 900th anniversary celebrations of the foundation of the Cistercian order.
The village of St Florence, dates back to Norman times, and remains of 16th and 17th century buildings still exist, with Flemish chimneys, characteristic of Pembrokeshire, in evidence, named after Flemish settlers in the region.
St Florence sits on the river Ritec, which flows to its estuary in Tenby
The 12th century church dedicated to the Norman saint St Florence, restored in the 19th century, is a grade II listed building. In the church is a memorial to Robert Ferrar, the Protestant Bishop of St Davids.
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St Florence, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 8LS
Monday - Thursday 5pm - 12am
Friday & Saturday 5pm - 12:30am
Sunday 3pm - 11:00pm
The upstairs restaurant is available for private parties catering for up to 22 people
Takeaway Menu available, enquire at the bar
Please pay for meals when ordering. Credit Cards and Debit cards accepted