Delightful Corner Of Wales With Pembrokeshire & The Gower
The natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast and the Gower peninsula are famed all over the world. Glorious sandy beaches and seemingly endless rugged coastline give way to the Preseli Hills, historic towns and little villages. For these tours we stay in Carmarthen, ideal for visiting this delightful corner of Wales.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Tour Highlights for Picturesque Pembrokeshire & The Gower in July:
· Beautiful Seaside Town of Tenby
· Picton Castle & Woodland Garden
· St. David’s and St. Bride’s Bay
· Mumbles & The Gower Peninsula
· Cream Tea and Gower Guided Tour
Tour Highlights for Delightful Corner of Wales in March & November:
· Tenby & Saundersfoot
· St. David’s and St. Bride’s Bay (March)
· Mumbles & The Gower Peninsula (March)
· City of Swansea & The Mumbles (November)
· Newcastle Emlyn, Cardigan & Teifi Estuary
Day by Day Itinerary
Sunday 18th March 2018
After being picked up from home and transferred to our coach we enjoy our outward journey making suitable stops on route to Wales and on to The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel. Your accommodation at the hotel is as detailed on your Confirmation Invoice with Evening Meals and Breakfasts included.
Monday 19th March 2018
After breakfast this morning, we travel to the small seaside resort of Saundersfoot. This compact village has a charm and character of its own and has plenty of places to eat and drink around the harbour.
Following free time here to explore, we travel to the popular holiday resort of Tenby. Tenby is a town steeped in history, surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall, and is home to many restaurants, shops, cafes and pubs, all linked by cobbled streets. There’s also a lovely harbour.
After our visits, we travel back to the hotel via Pendine Sands & Laugharne. Dinner will be served in the hotel this evening.
Tuesday 20th March 2018
This morning, we enjoy the beautiful unspoilt scenery of the Gower Peninsula and make our way to the picture postcard resort of Mumbles, delightfully located on Swansea Bay. Mumbles marks the beginning of the Gower Peninsula’s coastline and is a well-loved area, and when you go there, it’s clear to see why! There are plenty of things to do in Mumbles. They say you learn something new every day, so why not surround yourself in the history and tradition of this area. There’s a Lighthouse built in 1794, and a Victorian Pier. Oystermouth Castle is also well worth a visit, sitting on a hilltop with fabulous views overlooking the sea. There’s a range of high-end shops, independent boutiques and quirky galleries – designer labels, handmade crafts or even surfing gear, you’ll find it here! We view the nature reserve of Worm’s Head and Rhossili Bay before returning to the hotel.
Wednesday 21st March 2018
After our full Welsh breakfast this morning, we depart on an excursion which takes us via St Bride’s Bay and Newgale Sands, to the magical place of St. David’s, birthplace of the patron saint of Wales. St David’s has a beautiful cathedral, the smallest in Great Britain, and is well worth a visit.
After some free time in St. David’s, we head around the Preseli Mountains and back to the hotel.
After a relaxing day, we return to the hotel in time for dinner this evening.
Thursday 22nd March 2018
Your driver will advise you of what time your case needs to be outside your room, ready for collection to be put on the coach.
Following breakfast, we leave The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, Carmarthen and commence our journey home, again making suitable stops on our return. Once we’ve arrived at your coach joining point, your taxi will be waiting to transport you to your home.
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