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Enchanting Tenby was established as a fortified town by the Normans and much of its thirteenth century walls still remain, enclosing the medieval settlement and its maze of narrow alleyways in a secluded old world cocoon. You’ll find quirky shops and pavement cafés while blue flag beaches stretch in all directions like a carpet of gold. Perhaps visit the ancient church or the atmospheric Tudor Merchant’s House. Boats sail from Tenby harbour to the monastic island of Caldey whilst, at low tide, St Catherine’s Island is linked to the town. Delightful excursions take in beautiful gardens, a Grade II listed house, a fairytale fortress, the oldest town in Wales and Britain’s smallest city.
Carmarthen & Aberglasney House & Gardens
Our first stop is at the riverside town of Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales and simply a joy to explore. We move on to Aberglasney House & Gardens, an attraction made famous by the BBC show A Garden Lost in Time. Here you’ll find exotic plants, manicured lawns and themed displays. The centre of the Grade II listed house is covered by a glass roof and home to a sub-tropical indoor garden.
Pembroke & St David’s
We call in at ancient Pembroke where you might like to visit the castle ruins or sip a cuppa in one of the traditional tearooms. We then proceed to picture postcard St David’s, Britain’s smallest city and home to a splendid cathedral, built from pink and grey stone.
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