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Tenby & The Pembrokeshire Coast

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

The Clarence House Hotel has been owned by the same family for many generations. It is superbly situated with stunning views over Tenby’s South Beach and across to Caldey Island

Tour Highlights

Monday – Travel to Tenby stopping at Cardiff Harbour, you can get some lunch, looking out at this recently restored harbour with its Iconic features and buildings, a really pleasant place to have some lunch.
Tuesday - A day of leisure to enjoy the town, you could visit the Tudor Merchant House, the Art Gallery or take a stroll around the autumn gardens in the Upton Castle Gardens.
Wednesday - Today we travel to just outside Carmarthen, for you to explore the signal box and the station before boarding the Gwilli Steam Train, for a return journey. This Welsh heritage railway operates along the railway line from the site of Abergwili Junction in southwest Wales to the town of Carmarthen. 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. There is the peaceful surroundings of the Japanese Garden, its teahouse, cherry trees and the largest glasshouse in the World. If time permits we will travel to the Love Spoon workshop which a 17th century Welsh tradition
Thursday – Today we enjoy a scenic drive to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, second best in the world. Travel to Pembroke via Lamphey where the medieval fortress birthplace to Henry VII stands. Take some free time to enjoy the town of Pembroke. Our Journey continues to St Davids Cathedral which is a 6th century Monastery which has been a site of pilgrimage for many hundreds of years. There is free time available to visit the inspiring Cathedral and learn the history of this impressive religious site. In the afternoon, we return to our hotel via Haverford West where you will have some free time if time permits.
Friday – Returning with a comfort break enroute.

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