Pembrokeshire Coast & Country coastal hotel

Monday 26 August 2024 to Friday 30 August 2024

£695pp Single supplement £48

4 night stay with breakfast 3 course dinner with tea/coffee every evening (min 3 choices) Entry to Picton Castle & Gardens Entry to Llanerchaeron (NT) Visit to The National Wool Museum Free time in St. David’s, Aberaeron and Tenby Entertainment on three evenings
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Be quick - singles available on request, twins/doubles available.

Britain’s only coastal National Park – craggy yet calm, wild yet peaceful. This beautiful stretch of coast and country is dotted with lively harbours, pastel-coloured towns, soft sandy villages and deep green valleys. The perfect place for a late summer stay.

This tour takes in the colourful coastal towns of Tenby and Aberaeron and the unique mini city of St. Davids. Discover the area's rich roots in the wool industry and, in contrast, the elevated lifestyle of those that lived in the valley mansions of Llanerchaeron and Picton Castle. Look out for the opening of the renovated Weaving Shed at The National Wool Museum, set to house historic looms operated by skilled craftspeople. In 2022, Llanerchaeron refreshed Pamela Ward’s curious collection of antiques. The Pamela Ward Collection is eclectic, diverse and intriguing, featuring tapestries dating back to the 17th century!

Picton Castle, Llanerchaeron and The National Wool Museum are all winners of a 2023 Travellers’ Choice Award from Tripadvisor – this is only awarded to attractions that are ranked within the top 10% and consistently earn great visitor reviews! Castle Beach in Tenby won Sunday Times Beach of the Year 2019.

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Tour code: C3448


Check in with tea/coffee.


Britain’s smallest city, St Davids, owes its status to the 12th century purple sandstone cathedral which dominates the tranquil vale in which it sits. Spend time in this quaint, character-full place surrounded by National Park scenery. Continue to Pembrokeshire’s finest stately home – Picton Castle. The ancient building has roots as a medieval castle, transformed into an 18th century home for the elite. The surrounding gardens boast one of the best plant collections in Wales including an enchanting Walled Garden and an exotic Jungle Garden.


Discover how a picturesque Welsh valley village became the centre of Wales’ global wool industry at The National Wool Museum. Try your hand at carding, spinning and sewing as you follow the process from fleece to fabric inside restored listed mill buildings. Continue to the Ceredigion coast to spend time amongst the charming, colourful houses that fill the little town of Aberaeron. Perhaps treat yourself to ice cream whilst enjoying views across the harbour. Finish the day at Llanerchaeron, an elegant Georgian mansion, remarkably unaltered for over 200 years and set within the beautiful Aeron Valley. Compare the classical details of the villa to the servants’ quarters, discover a curious antique collection and wander in the Walled Garden.


Enjoy a scenic drive through the National Park to spend time at leisure in the seaside town of Tenby amongst its small harbour, soft sandy beaches, friendly local vibe, pastel-coloured Victorian houses and tranquil sea views.


'Amser i fynd adref' - Time to go home.

  • 4 night stay with breakfast
  • 3 course dinner with tea/coffee every evening (min 3 choices)
  • Entry to Picton Castle & Gardens
  • Entry to Llanerchaeron (NT)
  • Visit to The National Wool Museum
  • Free time in St. David’s, Aberaeron and Tenby
  • Entertainment on three evenings
  • Porterage
  • Door2Door Travel (save £10pp by meeting the coach at a central departure point)
  • BCH ABTOT Financial Protection
  • Pre allocated coach seat
  • Executive touring coach featuring a refreshment station, reclining seats, reading lights, curtains, foot and arm rests, toilet, safety belts, air suspension and individual air-flow controls
  • An experienced, friendly, highly-rated and professional tour driver
  • Friendly booking team on hand to answer any questions you might have in the run up to your holiday
  • Book with just a £50pp deposit (balance due 8 weeks prior to departure)
  • LOYALTY DISCOUNT! Book 3 holidays (in any calendar year) and save £15pp, book 4+ and save £20pp, just let us know in special requests that you'd like to redeem your discount
  • £5 discount for National Trust Members
The Cliff Hotel & Spa, Gwbert
  • Situated in beautiful grounds on the coast of Cardigan Bay, overlooking Poppit Sands and Cardigan Island on the west coast of Wales
  • Décor to compliment the hotel’s picturesque marine location
  • Family owned
  • Ensuite rooms featuring smart TV, direct dial telephone, bottled water, hairdryer, ironing equipment, seating area, free WiFi & complimentary tea/coffee tray
  • Restaurant
  • Bar and lounge
  • 9 hole golf course (approx. £8 per round)
  • 1 hour of spa access per day featuring hot tub, sauna, steam room, heated loungers, hydrotherapy pool, gym & treatment rooms. Limited capacity, pre booking recommended
  • Two lifts

ACCESS: Some bedrooms cannot be reached by the lift so please let us know if level access is required, limited accessible bedrooms and rooms with walk-in showers available upon request

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