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The WONDERS.of WEST WALES

...Gwbert, Tenby, St Davids, Carmarthern, Rheidol...

June/July
Monday 29th until Saturday July 4th
6 Day NEW Coach Tour
4****Cliff Hotel Gwbert Cardigan

Our new Welsh holiday tour unearths the secrets of Pembrokeshire as we travel across coast and country to visit some of the area’s most famous sites. Entry to the famous Botanic Gardens and a thrilling valley train ride is included along with free time in Tenby and then St David’s for a tour of the Cathedral. Our hotel, the renowned 4****Cliff Hotel in Gwbert, Cardigan boasts one of the most breath-taking views and marine locations in Wales, overlooking Cardigan Bay, the rugged coastline, the Teifi Estuary and the broad sweep of Poppit Sands.

The Cliff Hotel and Spa
The 4**** Cliff Hotel offers guests luxurious accommodation, with all rooms having en suite facilities and many having a view over Cardigan Bay and the hotel's golf course. Guests are able to relax and enjoy the view in the bar or lounge. Luxurious spa facilities are ready to offer guests a perfect relaxation zone in which to unwind and indulge. The health spa hosts a saltwater hydro spa, steam room, sauna, hot tub and gym. In the salon area there are 4 treatment rooms and a Rasool chamber to ease your tensions.

Tuesday Gwbert and Cardigan
Gwbert a small clifftop coastal hamlet known as Gwbert on Sea is not far from the town of Cardigan where we begin exploring on Tuesday following our 3-hour drive south from Holyhead on Monday. Cardigan town, West Wales, is the gateway to the Teifi Valley and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Paths. The ancient town sits on the estuary of the River Teifi at the base of Cardigan Bay. Its unspoilt townscape and rich heritage provide a nostalgic backdrop to a thriving culture of arts and crafts.

Wednesday Free time in Tenby, St David’s and Cathedral
Southern Pembrokeshire is home to miles of beautiful beaches and bays where one enjoys sea air. Journey south from Cardigan to Tenby with its colourful cottages and narrow cobbled streets where you have free time to explore this undoubtedly is one of the prettiest towns you will ever have the pleasure to experience. Nestled between the rolling Pembrokeshire hills and the placid waters of Carmarthen Bay, there has been a settlement here since the 9th century. Afterwards we visit Britain’s smallest city, named after the patron saint of Wales, St David’s, a really must see. A tour of the famous Cathedral will submerge you in the structures hundreds of years of history.

Thursday Vale of Rheidol Railway and Aberystwyth
A leisurely journey northward through the heart of the Welsh countryside takes us to the ‘Devil’s Bridge’. We board the Vale of Rheidol railway following the cliff side taking us on a nostalgic journey twisting and turning along rugged mountain scenery. Birds of prey such as Red Kites and Buzzards can regularly be seen hovering above. Time free time in Aberystwyth to stroll along its gentle curving seafront admiring the Victorian and Edwardian Terraces.

Friday Botanic Gardens of Wales and Carmarthen
Nestled into the landscape like a giant raindrop is the National Botanic Garden of Wales, home to the world’s largest glasshouse. With over 500 acres of gardens we unearth the medicinal wonders of the surrounding plants and visit the bee garden that’s sure to be a buzz with activity. The day continues in Carmarthen where the local market will be hustling and bustling. Spend the afternoon exploring the stalls and perfecting your haggling skills.

Our tour starts from coach pick-ups in Northern Ireland on Monday 29th June, with departure on 8.10am Stena Adventurer from Dublin to Holyhead, taking 3 hrs 40 minutes due in Holyhead at 11.50am. On Saturday 4th July we return the same route and ship as the outward journey to join the 1.50pm Ferry from Holyhead due in Dublin 5.15pm with comfort and snack stop to setdown. (Times correct at print date).

Tour Leaders: Mervyn and Sharon Smyth.

TOUR PRICE:  £529 per person sharing
                         £50 single supplement
TOUR CODE:  WWW/20
INSURANCE: £26 per person
DEPOSIT:      £100 per person

PRICE INCLUDES:
 All coaching and day tours as per the itinerary.
 Sailing with Stena Line Dublin/Holyhead/Dublin.
 5 nights Half Board in 4****Cliff Hotel Gwbert.  
 Admission to Royal Botanic Gardens of Wales.
 Admission to St David’s Cathedral, St Davids.
 Ride Rheidol Mountain Railway, Devils Bridge.
 Services of Tour Leader throughout holiday.

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