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Tenby & Historic South Wales

Tenby is a town steeped in ancient history it is surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall; through the passage of time Tenby has seen many changes. It was once known as the Little England beyond Wales, and it is still very popular today. It has fantastic beaches which stretch for miles around the town. Tenby has a wonderful old-time charm, with its colourful houses and a mix of shops, pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy at your leisure


the Clarence House Hotel



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The Clarence House Hotel -Tenby

Overlooking Tenby's South Beach with views across to Caldey Island, this informal hotel is 5 minutes' walk from Tenby High Street and an 8-minute walk from the harbour.

Tour Highlights

Monday – As we travel to Tenby we will stop at Cardiff for some lunch. There will be time for you to explore this recently restored harbour with its iconic features and buildings, a pleasant place to have some lunch. Arriving at our hotel in the afternoon.
Tuesday - A day of leisure for you to enjoy the delights of Tenby. The Upton Castle gardens will be beautiful this time of year so do take a stroll. Within the town the Art Gallery and Merchant House are both great attractions too. There are boat cruises to Caldey Island.
Wednesday - Today we travel to just outside Carmarthen, for us to board the Gwilli Steam Train, for a return journey. There will be time for you to see the signal box and the station before boarding the Welsh heritage train from Abergwili Junction to Carmarthen. One of the oldest towns in Wales, with its Roman Fort and amphitheatre dating back to AD75. Take some free time to enjoy the bustling market town and take advantage and grab some bargains. In the afternoon, we will travel to the National Botanical Garden of Wales. Here you will be able to spend some free time in the largest glasshouse in the world, with tropical plants and vast areas of Mediterranean planting. The peaceful surroundings of the Japanese Garden, with its teahouse and famous cherry trees are simply stunning. (admissions included)
Thursday – First we travel to Picton Castle & Gardens, one of Pembrokeshire’s finest stately homes it’s castle has an unusual ancient building with half in design a fortified manor house the other half a fully developed medieval castle. (admissions included) Then we will travel through the scenic Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to St Davids, here you will have free time to visit St Davids Cathedral the 12th century a site of pilgrimage for many hundreds of years, or visit Whitesands Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches that holds a Blue Flag award.
Friday – Travelling back stopping for some lunch enroute arriving in the afternoon

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