Spring In Tenby & Pembrokeshire
Spectacular views looking over the wonderful South Beach
For these holidays we stay in Tenby, with its pastel coloured buildings, narrow streets, fortified walls and bustling atmosphere, Tenby is one of the prettiest resorts in South Wales. It is justly proud of its golden beaches and picturesque harbour. Whether you take a stroll through the town or along the beaches or enjoy a ride along the Pembrokeshire coast, Tenby is an ideal base.
- Return Journey on Gwili Steam Railway
- Narberth & 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.
The Giltar Hotel, Tenby ~ 3 Star
A privately owned & run hotel located on the Esplanade, with spectacular views and a short walk into the historic walled town of Tenby. All of the bedrooms are stylishly decorated with en-suite facilities and feature TV, hairdryer, telephone and tea/coffee makers. The hotel offers a comfortable lounge bar, function room & bar and restaurant. Included in our break are evening meals, breakfasts and 2 nights of entertainment. The hotel has a lift.
An excursion which takes us via Camarthen to Bronwydd Station where we include a return ride on the Gwili Steam Railway, one of the UK’s most picturesque preserved lines, set in beautiful countryside with abundant wildlife, the line follows the River Gwili on a steady uphill journey through farmland and wooded hillsides. Following our train ride, we re-join the coach, making our way to Laugharne where we enjoy some free time before returning to the hotel via Saundersfoot.
We enjoy an excursion which takes us to Narberth, a gorgeous little market town in the east of Pembrokeshire. Multi-coloured Edwardian & Georgian buildings line the High Street which has developed quite a reputation as a shopper’s haven. After spending some free time here, we continue to St. Davids, named after the patron saint of Wales and is the smallest city in Britain. St. Davids Cathedral is well worth a visit while you’re here. Following our free time here we return to Tenby.Back to top