The property is situated on what was once part of Penally Station and although the building itself wasn’t part of the orignal station, there were engine sheds and loading ramps where it now stands.
Karen Tulley and her family have been at the New Overlander since 1998. Since then the business has grown and matured – a compelte refurbishment in 2007 and 2008 created a modern, compemporary interior which still looks as good today as the day it was finished.
A small family owned restaurant with accommodation, the New Overlander is situated on the A4139 just outside the village of Penally a mile and a half from Tenby. A ten minute stroll and you are on Penally beach and the coastal path. Wander on down the beach for about a mile and you will reach the beaches that surround Tenby town.
Penally Railway Station is just 200 yards – if travelling by train make sure you get off here and not Tenby Station and save yourself the taxi fare.
The restaurant and rooms are wheelchair friendly – no steps, all bedrooms and toilet facilities on the ground floor.
How to Find Us
The M4 motorway ends at junction 49, Pont Abraham services. At the roundabout go straight ahead onto A48 following signs for Carmarthen. After approximately 4 miles go straight ahead at the roundabout in Crosshands. After around 10 miles you will arrive at Carmarthen, go straight ahead at first roundabout and left at second roundabout onto A40 following signs for Tenby. At the roundabout at St. Clears take the first exit onto A477. Stay on this road for about 12 miles until you reach another roundabout near Kilgetty.
Turn left here onto A478 towards Tenby. At the next roundabout (New Hedges) go straight ahead. This road brings you into Tenby. After about 2 – 3 miles you will come to two mini roundabouts with a petrol station on the right, Jewsons in front of you and two large arched bridges on your left. Turn right at this junction towards Pembroke A4139.
Follow this road away from Tenby for about 1½ miles, passing Kiln Park on the left, stay on the main road, don’t turn off into the village of Penally. We are situated on the left just past Penally railway station.
The New Overlander is situated in the picturesque rural village of Penally on the South coast of Pembrokeshire, famous for its 186 miles of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and numerous off shore islands teaming with wildlife, it is ‘God’s Little Acre’.