The South West Wales resort of Tenby on the Pembrokeshire coast has a maze of narrow streets, a picturesque harbour and magnificent bays with sandy beaches. We have included excursions along Carmarthen Bay as well as Wales’ smallest city, St. David’s. Our hotel offers two nights of entertainment.
Day 1 After your door to door taxi transfer, we travel to Tenby via Swindon and Newport, making suitable refreshment stops along the way. We arrive at our hotel late afternoon.
Day 2 This morning we travel to the wonderful Aberglasney Gardens, in the beautiful landscape of the Tywi Valley. On our return we visit the pretty village of Saundersfoot before returning to our hotel mid-afternoon.
Day 3 A free morning for you to spend in Tenby. This afternoon we journey across the bluestone Preseli Mountains and along the Teiﬁ Valley to picturesque Cenarth. A charming conservation village with spectacular waterfalls, here we will visit the Coracle Museum set in the grounds of a 17th Century ﬂour mill.
Day 4 A full day tour west today around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to the historic town of Pembroke. The town’s centrepiece is its magniﬁcent Norman Castle, which is one of the ﬁnest and best preserved strongholds in the country. This afternoon we continue to the tiny city of St. David’s, dominated by its impressive cathedral.
Day 5 We say farewell to Wales and make our way home making suitable comfort stops along the way arriving back in the local area late afternoon.
This welcoming 3-star hotel has breathtaking views across North Bay of Tenby. All rooms are en suite with TV, telephone, hairdryer and hospitality tray. The hotel has a restaurant, bar, two lounges, an outside pool and sun terrace. Dancing is a regular feature at the Park where they try to cater for most tastes. There is WiFi and a lift that serves most rooms.