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Day One – Home to Tenby
We’ll make our way from the interchange to Tenby, where we’ll check in to The Imperial and enjoy an evening meal. (D)
Days Two – Four – in and around Tenby
We spend the next three days in south Wales in the picture postcard town of Tenby, with pretty pastel coloured buildings sitting around a pretty harbour. We will also take two excursions to discover the Pembrokeshire coast and this amazing area of southwest Wales.
We visit the town of Haverfordwest with its years of history being on a strategic point close to the Welsh coast, on the banks of the River Cleddau. We then continue to beautiful St Davids, which is the smallest city in the UK with a population of just over 1800, but also is Wales' ecclesiastical capital as the final resting place of the country's patron saint, St David.
We will also take a trip to Pembroke, a fantastic little town dominated by its castle. You will have time here to explore the great attractions of the town and learn some of its history at the castle before enjoying a scenic drive back to Tenby. (B,D)
Day Five – Tenby to Home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B)
£25 per person in-hotel credit
£25 per person in-hotel credit.
Imperial Tenby Hotel
Tenby is famous for its stunning beaches and its position amid the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast, the only national park in the UK designated because of its spectacular coastline.
Both the sandy beach and the town’s famous ancient wall are found just outside the hotel with winding cobbled streets leading you through to the town’s centre and idyllic harbour. The palette of pastel colours that surround the harbour and beach make this a prime spot for some holiday photos.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path passes about five minutes’ walk away from the hotel and is a great way to discover the fantastic coastal cliffs, beautiful white sand beaches and magnificent headlands of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Take a boat over to Caldey Island, also known as Ynys Byr, with its Cistercian Monastery and a number of golden sandy beaches dotting the island.
The hotel is built into Tenby’s ancient city walls, just above the beach, which you will enjoy great views of from The Terrace Restaurant and Bar. Sit here at breakfast or for your evening meal and perhaps have a drink and watch the sun go down over the sea after your meal.
Excursion to St David's And Haverfordwest
Excursion travelling through bustling Haverfordwest to visit beautiful St David’s, Britain’s smallest cathedral city.
Trip to Pembroke
Scenic drive to Pembroke, home to a magnificent Norman Castle.