Traditional Wales Coast & Country
The wonderful landscapes of South Wales are home to a wealth of historic places and lush, green spaces. Enjoy the incredible natural scenery as you explore a beautiful garden, the glorious coastline, the views over Llanerch Vineyard and a traditional Welsh Manor
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 - From your chosen joining point your feeder vehicle will take you to your designated interchange point where your holiday begins. Join your tour coach and head to South Wales with comfort stops en route. Accommodation at the welcoming Aberavon Beach Hotel has been arranged for 4 nights with breakfast & dinner included.
Days 2 - 4 At leisure in Port Talbot with 2 included excursions
Llancaiach Fawr Manor & Llanerch Vineyard
Today a visit to the must- see Llancaiach Fawr Manor living history museum. Set in turbulent times of the Civil War visitors are welcomed by the servants of Colonel Pritchard dressed in period costume, who allow you to share and engage in their world. Enjoy the Informal, informative and entertaining vineyard tour later - led by experts who have a compelling passion for wine. You'll learn about Llanerch's role in the production of Cariad wine: how they look after their grapes, how they're made into wine and how the local environment influences the taste that is unique to Cariad. Tour & Tasting included.
Aberglasney Garden & Carmarthen
Today Aberglasney Garden is simply one of Wales' finest gardens and surround a historic house built in the 1600s. The garden and architecture are unique survivors not seen elsewhere. A renowned plantsman's paradise with a unique Elizabethan cloister garden at its heart, Aberglasney offers the opportunity to explore more than 10 acres of ancient gardens as well as an award winning indoor garden. There are various areas with hundreds of different and unusual plants. The Stream Garden and Pgeon House Woods are to one side of the walled garden and there are good displays of bluebells in April. The borders here are much more informal in design and are a mass of colours especially in June.
Later continue onto one of the oldest towns in Wales, Carmarthen, with an interesting Roman fort, which is believed to date back to AD75. Close to the fort can be found the remains of an amphitheatre, one of only two such sites in Wales. Free time to sightsee.
Day 5 - After breakfast head back stopping at St Fagan's one of Europe's leading open-air museums and Wales's most popular heritage attraction. To interchange and onward to your home towns later.Back to top