Relax and unwind on this four-night trip in South Wales. Historical castles and picturesque harbours, it’s a must for those wanting an exciting, leisurely break.
3* The Cliff Hotel & Spa, Cardigan
Perched on a cliff, this hotel enjoys spectacular views overlooking Cardigan Bay. En-suite bedrooms are stylishly decorated and offer a TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee facilities. Leisure facilities include a Hydro Spa, steam room, sauna, gym and a 9-hole golf course. The hotel also has a lift.
A salt water hydro spa with treatment rooms (charges apply) Steam room Sauna Hot tub Gym 9-hole golf course Ground floor rooms Bar Restaurant Tea/coffee in room WIFI
4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
Welcome tea/coffee & biscuits on arrival
Tea/coffee after dinner
Happy Hour between 18:00 - 21:00hrs each night, 50% off selected drinks
Live musical entertainment on 1 night
In-house activities on 2 nights
Packed lunch on 2 days
Free use of Hydro Spa, spa bath, gym & steam room
We make our way to the hotel where we are welcomed with tea/coffee and biscuits.D
Today, we will visit Pembroke Castle, mighty fortress and birthplace of Henry VII, idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary. The enormous oval castle is mostly surrounded by a serene mill pond. During our visit we discover the history and stories behind Pembroke Castle and how it was extensively restored during Victorian times. We can enjoy lunch at leisure at the castle or alternatively enjoy free time in the walled town of Pembroke which surrounds the castle and has many ancient and interesting Norman buildings.
Tenby & Cardigan
We spend today at leisure in the pretty picture postcard town of Tenby. Stroll around the picturesque harbour, visit the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery or just relax on the golden sands of this beautiful resort. In the afternoon we head back to the hotel for you to explore Cardigan at your leisure or enjoy the hotels facilities.
After breakfast this morning, we will visit charming St David's, the smallest city in Britain with a population of little more than 1,600. St David, the patron saint of Wales, lived here in the 4th century and the town is located in a designated conservation area. You can spend time strolling around the lanes before visiting The Landscape Gallery at Oriel y Parc Gallery & Visitor Centre. Here, we can learn more about St David's by exploring the Discovery Room, before observing the Artist in Residence at work in the studio. You can enjoy lunch here or in any number of cafés and pubs in the town. After lunch, we can make our way to St David's Cathedral. This beautiful cathedral has much to see and admire. There is also a weekly market which is normally held on Thursdays, selling Welsh crafts and treats.
We say our goodbyes to Cardigan and head for home.Br
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