Tenby & The Pembrokeshire Coast

Tenby & The Pembrokeshire Coast

Tenby is one of the prettiest and most popular resorts in Wales, renowned for its lovely golden beaches and picturesque harbour, a unique Victorian town that has escaped modernisation and has a fascinating history dating back thousands of years.

Tenby is regarded as one of the prettiest and most popular resorts in Wales, renowned for its lovely golden beaches and picturesque harbour, a unique Victorian town that has escaped modernisation and has a fascinating history. Attractions include the 13th-century town walls, the Five Arches Barbican and the 15th-century St. Mary's Church, plus the Tudor Merchant's House now a museum and art gallery. For those who enjoy walking there is also the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, part of Britain's only coastal National Park. Boat trips operate from the harbour across to Caldey Island, owned by monks of the Cistercian Order whose picturesque monastery overlooks the Village Green and the islander’s pretty cottages.

 

CLIFFE NORTON HOTEL

The popular Cliffe Norton is a privately owned Grade II early 19th Century listed building, situated in an enviable position above lush cliff gardens with panoramic views across the bay and harbour and just a two minute walk from the town centre. Facilities include a restaurant and cosy bar/lounge with dance floor where regular entertainment is featured. All bedrooms feature free-view TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Free Wi-Fi available in public areas, a lift serves most floors.

 

EXCURSIONS INCLUDED

  • We travel west around the coast to the historic town of Pembroke who’s centrepiece is the magnificent Norman Castle, regarded as one of the finest and best preserved strongholds in the country. From here we continue via St Brides Bay to the city of St. David’s, named after the patron saint of Wales. Dominated by its impressive cathedral that dates back to the 12th century, St Davids is the smallest city in Britain, designated as a conservation area by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. We return to Tenby via the Preseli Mountains.

 

  • A short day excursion commencing with a visit to the charming little seaside resort of Saundersfoot with its fine wide beaches, then continue on to Pendine Sands where Sir Malcolm Campbell set his famous world land speed records. An opportunity here to visit the Pendine Museum of Speed, then we continue on to Laugharne, home to Wales’ most famous poet and writer, Dylan Thomas and his iconic Boathouse.

 

PRICE INCLUDES

  • Four nights accommodation with dinner and breakfast.

  • Excursions as detailed above.

  • Return travel by luxury air conditioned coach.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Abergele Abergele, Bowling Green Bus Stop
Bangor, Nelson Pub Bangor, Bus Stop Opposite Nelson Pub
Bangor, Pontio Centre Bangor, Pontio Centre Bus Stop
Bethel Bethel, Primary School Bus Stop
Bontnewydd Bontnewydd, Bus Stop Near Chip Shop
Bryngwran Bryngwran, School Entrance
Caergeiliog Caergeiliog, Outside Sportsmans Pub
Caernarfon, Campbell Road Caernarfon, Bus Stop Bottom of Campbell Road
Caernarfon, Leisure Cent. Caernarfon, Bus Stop opposite Leisure Centre
Caernarfon, Morrisons Caernarfon, Morrisons Bus Stop
Caernarfon, Waterloo Port Caernarfon, Waterloo Port Bus Stop
Caernarfon, Y Glyn Caernarfon, Y Glyn Bethel Road
Chester Chester, Holiday Inn South Hotel Bus Stop
Chirk Chirk, Moreton Park Garden Centre
Colwyn Bay Colwyn Bay, Railway Station Bus Stop
Criccieth, Medical Centre Criccieth, Medical Centre Bus Stop
Deganwy Deganwy, Railway Station Bus Stop
Ewloe Ewloe, Outside St David's Park Hotel
Gaerwen Gaerwen, Stermat Car Park
Gwalchmai Gwalchmai, Opposite Clock
Halkyn Halkyn, Outside Billy Jeans
(Springfield Hotel Return Drop Off Point)
Holyhead Holyhead, Bus Stop Outside Ferry Terminal Entrance
Llanberis, Maes Padarn Llanberis, Bus Stop Opposite Maes Padarn
Llanberis, Spar Llanberis, Outside Spar Shop
Llandegai Llandegai, Penrhyn Castle Entrance
Llandudno Llandudno, Mostyn Broadway Coach Park Bus Stop
Llandudno Jct. New Road Llandudno Junction, New Road Bus Stop
Llanfairfechan Llanfairfechan, Castle Bridge Bus Stop
Llanfairpwll Llanfairpwll, Pringles Car Park
Llangefni Llangefni, Church Street Bus Stop
Llanrug Llanrug, Arvonia Garage
Menai Bridge Menai Bridge, Library Bus Stop
Northop Northop, Red Lion Pub Bus Stop
Old Colwyn Old Colwyn, Church Walks Bus Stop
Opposite The Plough Inn
Oswestry Oswestry, Mile End Services Coach Park
Penmaenmawr Penmaenmawr, Llys Clwyd Bus Stop (Opposite Spar)
Penrhyn Bay Penrhyn Bay, Post Office
Penygroes Penygroes, Crossroads (Outside Victoria Hotel)
Porthmadog Porthmadog, Tesco Bus Stop
Pwllheli Pwllheli, Bus Station
Rhos on Sea, Cayley Arms Rhos on Sea, Bus Stop Opposite Cayley Arms
Rhos on Sea, Hickorys Rhos on Sea, Bus Stop Opposite Hickorys Restaurant
St. Asaph St. Asaph, Bus Stop Outside Petrol Station
Valley Valley, Opposite Valley Hotel
Wrexham Wrexham, Bus Stand Lord Street
Y Felinheli, St. Marys Y Felinheli, St Mary's Church Bus Stop
Y Felinheli, Victoria Y Felinheli, Victoria Hotel Bus Stop

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