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Turkey & Tinsel in Tenby

5 days - from only £359pp


Turkey & Tinsel in Tenby

Christmas comes early on a Turkey & Tinsel break! Enjoy the festive season twice this year with mulled wine on arrival, Christmas dinner with a complimentary drink, and a festive cream tea one day. Get into the festive spirit in Tenby, a delightful little harbour town with pastel-coloured houses overlooking the bay.


  • 4 nights hotel with Welsh breakfast
  • 4 evening meals including Christmas dinner with a complimentary glass of wine
  • Tea, coffee or mulled wine on arrival, with a festive treat
  • One festive cream tea
  • Local joining points
  • Porterage at the hotel

5 Day Itinerary

  • Day 1:

    Local departure by coach, then on to Tenby and our hotel for four nights. We enjoy a tea, coffee or mulled wine with a festive treat on arrival to get us into the spirit of the season.

    Included meals: Dinner

  • Day 2: St Davids and Haverfordwest

    Today we travel first to bustling Haverfordwest, an attractive and ancient county town of Pembrokeshire. The river Cleddau runs through the town making for many picturesque riverside walks. We then continue to St Davids, Britain’s smallest cathedral city and named after Wales’ patron saint. The cathedral which gives it its city status is built from local stone with a beautiful pink and grey colouring. Nearby are the ruins of The Bishop’s Palace and there are many other historical buildings throughout the town, as well as quaint shops and cafes. We return back to the hotel in time for our 'Christmas Dinner' complete with a complimentary glass of wine.

    Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    St. Davids

    St. Davids

    Included Highlights

    • St. Davids
  • Day 3: Day at leisure or Carmarthen

    Relax in Tenby or join our optional excursion to Carmarthen, known for its legendary connection to Merlin, with his alleged birthplace supposedly nearby. There was an old oak tree in the town that was said to be Merlin’s Oak, and the legend went that when the tree fell, so too would the town – when it finally did come down in 1978, Carmarthen suffered a terrible flood! The last piece of the oak is on display at Carmarthenshire County Museum, just outside of the town, along with other displays about the town’s Roman past. Its Roman origins can be seen clearly at the amphitheatre near Priory Street. From here it is just a short stroll to the indoor markets and town centre.

    Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 4: Pembroke

    This morning we take a trip to Pembroke, a charming walled town with a rich history dating back over 900 years. Pembroke Castle is one of the most complete Norman castles in the UK and was the birthplace of King Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty. Today the pretty town has charming shops and cafes to enjoy alongside its many historic buildings. We return to the hotel for a festive cream tea.

    Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner



    Included Highlights

    • Pembroke
  • Day 5:

    We depart the hotel this morning full of festive cheer and return home.

    Included meals: Breakfast


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

  • The Imperial Hotel

    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.

    • Restaurant
    • Lift
    • WiFi Available
    • TV
    • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
    • Hairdryer
    • Bath and/or Shower
    • Telephone

Joining points

Travel from most joining points is included within your coach holiday price.

See our full list of our joining points.