Haverfordwest & St Davids (full day)
We head first to Haverfordwest, the county town of Pembrokeshire. Once a thriving port, it has a pleasant converted quay and riverside walks as well as a medieval castle - a sign of the town’s ancient past.
We then travel to St Davids, an attractive village within the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, granted city status due to the presence of its 12th-century cathedral.
Cardigan, Aberystwyth & Vale of Rheidol Railway ( (full day)
Travelling north, we spend some time in the estuary town of Cardigan, close to the border between Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion and lying
next to the River Teifi.
We continue on to the well-known resort of Aberystwyth, home to the Vale of Rheidol narrow gauge railway, which we join for a journey of almost
12 miles through stunning scenery to the village of Devil’s Bridge.
Tenby (full day)
We spend a relaxing day in Tenby, a picturesque seaside town on the south coast that was once a popular health resort with Victorians. There’s plenty to see and do here, including a clean sandy beach and distinctive town walls, built in the late 13th century by the first Earl of Pembroke.
Fishguard Bay Hotel, Fishguard
Built on a hillside with fantastic views out over the bay it’s named after, the Fishguard Bay Hotel is an attractive Victorian house extended and refurbished in 1898 by the Great Western Railway. Set in peaceful gardens originally laid out during GWR’s ownership, guests will find comfortable en-suite rooms and a host of original period features inside.
Sea view rooms available at a supplement of £25 per person, per stay
Simgle supplement £50