A Festive Break In Cardigan Wales
A Festive Break in Cardigan Wales | Crosskeys Short BreakPembrokeshire has it all – stunning scenery, a spectacular coastline, great attractions and a very warm Welsh welcome. The scenery on its own is fabulous, but to spoil you even more, we also take in Tenby, Pembroke Castle and St Davids. All this along with festive fun at our hotel, it really does add up to the perfect break!
- 4 nights’ dinner, bed & breakfast
- Welcome mulled wine & mince pies
- Happy Hour between 18:00-21:00 each night, 50% off selected drinks
- Live musical entertainment on 1 night
- In-house activities on 2 nights (to be advised)
- 2hrs free use per day of Hydro Spa, spa bath, gym & steam room
- 3 course themed Christmas dinner
- 3 course Gala dinner
- Entrance to Pembroke Castle
- Excursion to Tenby
- Excursion to St Davids
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1: We make our way to Wales and our hotel, welcomed on our arrival with mulled wine and mince pies.
Day 2: Today, we visit Pembroke Castle, mighty fortress and birthplace of Henry Vll. During our guided tour we discover the history and stories behind Pembroke Castle and how it was extensively restored during Victorian times. After our visit we will spend some time in the town of Pembroke before heading back to our hotel.
Day 3: After a leisurely breakfast we travel to the pretty picture postcard town of Tenby. Tenby is an appealing resort unspoilt by commercialism, and it retains its natural seaside charm, especially along its narrow streets which lead down to the pretty harbour. Here we can spend the day exploring quaint streets and 13th century medieval town walls, strolling around the picturesque harbour, visiting the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery or you may prefer to visit the interesting and quirky shops. In the afternoon we will make our way back to our hotel enjoying the scenery and Welsh villages as we go.
Day 4: This morning we travel along the coastal road via Fishguard to St Davids, the smallest city in Britain. Situated on the far south west coast of Wales and within the Pembrokeshire National Park, St Davids is surrounded by spectacular coastal scenery. The Cathedral has been the dominant presence since the 12th century and was a popular pilgrimage destination throughout the middle ages. We spend time at leisure strolling around the picturesque lanes and browsing the interesting little shops, visiting St David’s Cathedral and the Oriel y Parc Gallery (both free of charge) if you wish.
Day 5: This morning we must say goodbye and begin our homeward journey.
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The Cliff Hotel & Spa Gwbert, CardiganThe refurbished and extended Cliff Hotel & Spa is located on a cliff overlooking Cardigan Bay and enjoys spectacular views.
All 73 en-suite bedrooms are stylish and decorated to a high standard, with some being located in the main building and newer bedrooms in the extension; all rooms are equipped with flat screen TV, hairdryer, free WiFi & tea/coffee making facilities. Please note, there is a lift, however it does not access some sections of the upper floors. Dinner is served in the Ballroom and there is a stylish, relaxing bar which has unbelievable views. Fantastic leisure facilities include a salt water hydro spa with treatment rooms (charges apply), a steam room, sauna, hot tub and gym. The hotel has a 9-hole golf course. Back to top