Tenby and Pembrokeshire

Surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall, Tenby has been a leisure destination for almost 200 years. A place of history, myth and legend, there is plenty to discover in the quaint streets. From here we visit bustling Haverfordwest, tiny St. Davids, and pretty Pembroke.

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Your Tour Includes

  • 4 nights hotel with Welsh breakfast
  • 4 evening meals
  • Local joining points
  • Porterage at the hotel

Itinerary

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Local departure by coach or Home Connect service, then on to the Imperial Hotel for four nights.

Included Meals

  • Dinner

Travel through bustling Haverfordwest to visit beautiful St. Davids, Britain’s smallest cathedral city. Its city status was bestowed in the 16th century when a town with a cathedral was considered a city by the English Crown. The policy was abolished in the 1800s, but Queen Elizabeth II granted city status once again in 1994 in recognition of the rich history and heritage.

St. Davids is home to a wide selection of historic attractions including the beautiful cathedral and the ruins of The Bishop’s Palace. The quaint streets are regularly dressed in bunting and are flanked by cute cages, boutiques and galleries.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • St. Davids and Haverfordwest

Relax in coastal Tenby with a day at leisure. Steeped in history and surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall, Tenby has seen many changes over time and has been a leisure destination for over 200 years.

Alternatively, join our optional excursion to Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales. Sat on the banks of the River Tywi, over the centuries the river has shaped the town, providing defence, leisure opportunities and livelihoods.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • Tenby

Once enclosed by a fortified wall and home to some fine Georgian houses there is much to explore in pretty Pembroke.

Dating back over 900 years, and famous for its castle which is one of the most complete Norman castles in the UK, it was also the birthplace of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty. The central main street heads away from the castle gates and there is plenty to discover in the historic streets.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • Pembroke

Return home.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast

Local departure by coach or Home Connect service, then on to the Imperial Hotel for four nights.

Included Meals

  • Dinner

Today we start the day in St Dogmaels which hosts a local farmers market every Tuesday. The market is ‘local’ in its truest sense, in that the produce is all grown, reared or manufactured within a radius 30 miles of St Dogmaels. Local honey, cheese, wood crafts and pottery are just some of the items on the local stalls. You might also wish to visit the Abbey or enjoy a coffee at the coach house cafe.

We then head to Cardigan, one of Wales' most historic towns. Centered around its Norman castle, the town offers a pretty high street with vintage gift shops and cafes. There is also Cardigan Guildhall Indoor market crammed full with interesting shops.

In the afternoon we will visit the coastal town of Fishguard. Quaint cottages border the water and tiny boats gently sway in the harbour. You can also view the Last invasion Tapestry which tells the story of the last invasion of Britain in 1797 when Bonapartes troops landed outside the town.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • Fishguard
  • Cardigan

Relax in coastal Tenby with a day at leisure. Steeped in history and surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall, Tenby has seen many changes over time and has been a leisure destination for over 200 years.

Alternatively, join our optional excursion to Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales. Sat on the banks of the River Tywi, over the centuries the river has shaped the town, providing defence, leisure opportunities and livelihoods.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Optional Excursions

  • Carmarthen

The optional excursions will be available to book during your tour.

Prices are per person and are subject to change. Payment will be in sterling (cash payments only).

Once enclosed by a fortified wall and home to some fine Georgian houses there is much to explore in pretty Pembroke.

Dating back over 900 years, and famous for its castle which is one of the most complete Norman castles in the UK, it was also the birthplace of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty. The central main street heads away from the castle gates and there is plenty to discover in the historic streets.

We also visit beautiful St. Davids, Britain’s smallest cathedral city. Its city status was bestowed in the 16th century when a town with a cathedral was considered a city by the English Crown. The policy was abolished in the 1800s, but Queen Elizabeth II granted city status once again in 1994 in recognition of the rich history and heritage.

St. Davids is home to a wide selection of historic attractions including the beautiful cathedral and the ruins of The Bishop’s Palace. The quaint streets are regularly dressed in bunting and are flanked by cute cages, boutiques and galleries.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • St Davids cathedral
  • Pembroke

Return home.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast

Accommodation

You will stay for four nights at the 3-star Imperial Hotel in Tenby.

The Imperial Hotel, Tenby

The Imperial Hotel, Tenby

Built into Tenby’s ancient stone walls and sitting on the clifftop overlooking the beautiful South Beach, the Imperial Hotel in Tenby is the ideal place to relax and unwind. After a day of exploring, be sure to sample the mouth-watering cuisine at The Terrace Restaurant, and soak up stunning views of the sea and Caldey Island with a drink or two. With a fantastic location on the doorstop of Pembrokeshire, guests are in a great position to explore the surrounding area, with many shops, cafés and popular attractions.

Location: The Paragon, Tenby, SA70 7HR

Hotel Facilities

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General
  • 3 Star
  • Restaurant
  • Lift
Room
  • TV
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Shower or Bath
  • Telephone
  • Free Wifi
Accessibility
  • Fridge Available for Medical Requirements
  • Wheelchair Access
Service
  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Dogs Allowed on Request
Hotel
  • Restaurant
  • Lift
  • WiFi Available

Single Room Supplements

Single Room Supplement from £209.00

Reviews

3.9 Out of 5 ( 15 Reviews )

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3.8 / 5

Value for Money

3.6 / 5

Mrs B J Cox, 9 months ago

Food was excellent, Tenby was a brilliant place to visit. Weather not so good.

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Mrs Brown, 10 months ago

Loved Tenby and Pembrokeshire. Driver Phil was friendly with good sense of humour. Hotel urgently needs upgrading. We were on the 4th floor, very poor water pressure shower/bath and only 1 lift which was always busy. Waiters/waitresses ok but not smartly dressed eg: pants falling down, shirt hanging out, ladders in tights and generally quite scruffy! However enjoyed the holiday but very disappointed with the hotel.

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Miss Carr, 10 months ago

Excellent diver - Phil. Not a lot to see on organised excusions but took us around other areas that were interesting. Hotel has been improved but still needs work

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Rhea, 10 months ago

Never been disappointed travelling with shearing

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Janice Tyrrell, 10 months ago

We was discustded our room should have beenshut down,we are both disabled and asked for room 105 but got 104,we could not go outside because it wasnt safe to stand on,scaffolding and ladders out side the windows,we was able to go on the patio once by someone taking our scooter through reception into the bar then helped take us down 8 steps but no toilets,we felts like prisoners,the hotel,food and staff was briliantand friendly but think any repairs shoud be done during winter we dont think we will go with sheerins again

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Wendy Rogers, 10 months ago

Tenby is a lovely little town but very hilly.

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