Tenby & Pembrokeshire - Mon 4th June 2018

From GBP £415.00
  • Duration: 5 Days
  • Product code: PE19VJ

The delightful little town of Tenby is one of Pembrokeshire’s best loved seaside resorts with miles of sandy beaches and a delightful picturesque harbour. Beautifully located on the South West Wales coast, the old town walls, narrow streets and medieval houses add a lovely charm to the town. There are an array of shops, cafes and bars for you to discover during your stay. Enjoy stunning ocean views from the cliff tops and with three great beaches, all facing in different directions,  you can always find shelter if its windy. 

There are terrific excursion opportunities in the region. Pembrokeshire offers some of the finest coastal views in the United Kingdom - from intimate rocky coves to sweeping sandy bays and some of the most consistently highly rated beaches in the country.  There are also plenty of historic and cultural attractions to discover. From ancient towns and villages to Castles and Cathedrals and dramatic coastline - delve in to the history of Pembrokeshire.

This year we have booked space at the superb 3* Park Hotel which offers an excellent standard of accommodation.

Excellent value holiday - book early to secure your place. 


DAY 1
After being collected from your home around 7.00/8.00am we have comfort stops as required before arriving in Tenby around 4.00pm.

DAY 2
We shall be joined by our local guide for an excursion to the beautiful Gower Peninsula. Jutting out in to the Bristol Channel near Swansea, this AONB is stunning. There are valleys, standing stones and castles to discover, with well known destinations such as The Mumbles and the iconic Three Cliffs Bay. A memorable day out to discover some of Britain’s favourite beaches. 

DAY 3
A day at leisure for you to enjoy Tenby and the facilities of the hotel.

DAY 4
Superb excursion visiting some iconic destinations. During the day we visit the nearby pretty resort of Saundersfoot with time to see the lovely beach and have a drink. Also today we see (depending on the tide!) the enormous beach at Pendine - forever associated with land speed attempts and Donald Campbell. We have also included a visit to the village of Laugharne which has a beautiful Castle on the waterfront and is site of Dylan Thomas’s famous Boathouse, where he lived for the final years of his, all to short, life. The boathouse is around  10 minute walk from the town - may not be suitable for all. Entrance to the Boathouse Museum extra. 

DAY 5
We depart the hotel in the morning and have comfort stops as required and a stop for lunch before arriving back in the local area around 4.30pm. Returned to your home by our service.



Meal plan - Dinner Bed & Breakfast. HOME COLLECTION SERVICE



3* Park Hotel

If you prefer to pay a little extra, this hotel offers that little bit of extra style. 

Decorated throughout in a classically elegant style The Park offers wonderful views across Tenby Bay. Set in lovely clifftop terraced gardens, the hotel is set on a fairly steep hill around a 10 to 15 minute walk in to town. In the Summer months there is an outdoor swimming pool in the grounds. The stylish individual bedrooms each have a private bathroom, flat-screen TV and tea/coffee facilities. Many rooms also have panoramic coastal or countryside views. Enjoy candlelit dining with a superb choice of menu and a full Welsh breakfast in the hotel restaurant, where the traditional home-made food is served. Freshly brewed coffee can be provided in the relaxing hotel lounge. Passenger lift to all floors. WiFi. 

A TOP QUALITY STUNNING HOTEL - NOT CHEAP BUT EXCELLENT VALUE!