The Pembrokeshire Coast and Tenby
A picturesque corner of Wales which offers wonderful beaches, stunning coastal scenery and attractive villages. The Pembrokeshire Coast was Britain's first coastal National Park.
Pembrokeshire • Coastal National Park • Caldey Island Boat Trip • Fishguard
Day 1 Travel to Pembrokeshire with a recommended stop in Llandrindod Wells or Hereford.
Day 2 The dramatic contrasting landscape and ever changing light qualities of Pembrokeshire are a magnet for artists and crafts people. Your guide will lead you on a full day tour that will give both the history of the area and a panoramic snapshot of the county. The day will also include a visit to a craft studio to meet a practising crafts person and will have breaks in locations where galleries and studios can be explored at leisure including St David's, the smallest city in Britain.
Day 3 A gentle day spent in and around Fishguard with a chance to enjoy some of the wonderful coastal scenery forming the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. If required, a welcome on arrival in Fishguard can be arranged. Contact us for details.
Day 4 A trip to the lovely seaside resort of Tenby with its rich, sandy beaches. A boat trip to Caldey Island, inhabited for centuries by Cistercian monks is included.
Day 5 Homeward journey with a recommended stop in Wales' vibrant capital of Cardiff if time permits.
All tours are tailored to your requirements
Fishguard Bay Hotel, Fishguard
A splendid Victorian hotel nestled into the cliffs with spectacular views over Fishguard Bay. An ongoing maintenance programme means that the hotel continually provides comfortable accommodation for visitors to West Wales.
• 3 star • 59 bedrooms
• Lift serves most areas of hotel
• Coach parking
Your tour includes:
• 4 nights half board in Pembrokeshire with:
Porter service, full Welsh breakfast
3 course dinner with choice and tea/coffee
• Guide for full day excursion
• Boat trip to Caldey Island