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.
Aberystwyth & Vale of Rheidol Railway ( (full day)
We spend some time in the well-known resort of Aberystwyth, where we climb aboard the Vale of Rheidol narrow gauge railway. Recreating Edwardian ambience, we sit back and relax in our restored vintage carriage for a journey of almost 12 miles through stunning scenery. We pass through ancient and enchanting woodlands to the village of Devil’s Bridge, home of the famous waterfalls.
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.
The Diplomat Hotel
The Diplomat Hotel is situated less than a mile from central Llanelli, the largest town in Carmarthenshire. The hotel features a restaurant, bar and spa facilities including an indoor pool, sauna, steam room and gym, while the en-suite rooms offer a TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee-making facilities. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.
Simgle supplement £100
Hotels with a JG3 rating tend to be a more formal style of hotel, often part of a hotel chain, with a greater range of facilities and services. Bedrooms are a little more spacious and have additional features. Public areas are larger and include lounge seating, a bar and restaurant with good quality food served either buffet style or with waiter service.