Tenby, Pembrokeshire & Britain's Smallest City
The "Jewel in the Crown" on the Welsh Riviera, that's Tenby, one of the prettiest Welsh resorts, with quaint narrow streets full of interesting little shops, medieval town walls, brightly colour washed cottages and a picturesque harbour. The resort is split by a rocky headland into the South Beach with it's Victorian traditional terraces and North Beach with its harbour. A regular boat service can take you to the monastery island of Caldey, a journey back in time with quiet tracks winding through fields of barley, secluded cliff ringed coves and the ruins of the old priory.
4 Nights, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast, Belgrave Hotel
Excursions as described
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Belgrave Hotel O O O
The Belgrave Hotel is situated on the promenade overlooking the seafront in Tenby. Relax in the lounge or watch the sun set in the Victoria Bar. Bedrooms are all ensuite and offer TV and tea & coffee making facilities. There is a lift however there are 9 steps to the lift
Excursion 1 Our first stop today is the County town of Pembrokeshire - Haverfordwest, dominated by the Western Cleddau that runs through the middle of the town and the castle that towers above it. Our day continues as we head to St. David's for our afternoon visit. See the Cathedral which give this little place City status, constructed from dusky purple sandstone, it's one of Wales's most iconic religious sites and sits tucked away in a sheltered vale beside the River Alun.
Excursion 2 To Carmarthen today and its Market day - there's been one here for over 800 years, grab a bargain or explore the town, we also have an afternoon visit to Saundersfoot before returning back to Tenby.Back to top