The natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast is famed all over the world. Carmarthenshire showcases some of the most diverse landscapes in Wales, spectacular mountains, rolling landscape and secluded forests to the vast expanses of golden sandy beaches. Our base is the Tywi Valley town of Carmarthen, ideal as we visit Saundersfoot, Tenby, Cardigan and St David’s. We have secured a large number of rooms with no single supplement so book early to avoid disappointment.
The 3 star Ivy Bush Royal Hotel is within walking distance of Carmarthen town centre. The hotel retains its old world charm blended with modern day facilities. The Restaurant uses fresh local produce in its seasonal menus and Welsh Black beef from a local farm features prominently with succulent results. All en suite bedrooms have TV, hairdryer and tea making facilities. There is a lift.
We journey via the main roads and motorways to Carmarthen for 4 nights half board accommodation at the Ivy Bush Royal Hotel.
We travel to Cardigan and the north Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, calling at Fishguard. This afternoon we visit St David’s, with its beautiful cathedral, the smallest in Great Britain, well worth a visit.
This morning we travel to the resort of Saundersfoot, with time to explore the little harbour. We continue to the picturesque resort of Tenby. We return via Pendine Sands and Laugharne, former home of Dylan Thomas.
Morning free in Carmarthen where today is market day. Later an included visit to the National Botanic Garden of Wales. There are formal gardens, nature reserve and its centrepiece is a large Glasshouse.
We depart for home. Arrive back into the local area early evening.
4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast, Luxury coach travel, Services of experienced tour driver, Excursions entry to the National Botanic Gardens.
DEPOSIT: £30.00 per person
Single supplement: None