A Relaxing Break in Tenby

Staying at The Fourcroft

6 DAYS | 1st July 2019

Tenby is one of the prettiest resorts in Wales and is justifiably proud of its golden beaches, picturesque harbour and ancient town walls. The resort itself remains unspoilt by commercialism and manages to retain its natural beauty with an abundance of quaint narrow streets and alleyways. There’s a ruined Norman Castle, shops and cafes, and even a monastery on nearby Caldey Island which can easily be reached by a pleasant boat trip.

Our base for this relaxing holiday is situated on the cliffs above Tenby’s sheltered sunny North Beach. The Fourcroft looks spectacularly over the old fishing harbour and across Carmarthen Bay, and is just a short stroll into the medieval walled town. The hotel boasts the Ossie Morgan restaurant serving freshly prepared local produce, a relaxing lounge, a Hollywood themed bar, landscaped gardens with paths that lead down to the beach and an outdoor swimming pool. All rooms in this Georgian hotel have private bathrooms, TV and courtesy tea tray. The hotel has free WiFi and a lift.

We depart Macclesfield calling for coffee en-route to the pretty town of Ross-on-Wye where we stop for lunch. We then continue our journey to arrive in Tenby late afternoon.

Free day to explore the delights that Tenby has to offer. Why not take the boat across from the harbour and visit the famous Caldey Island? Caldey Abbey is home of Cistercian Monks who farm this tiny island, there is also a medieval priory and lighthouse.

Our excursion today takes us to Carmarthen for a browse around the market and lunch. We then return to Tenby via the pretty village of Laugharne, associated to the Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas. You will have time to visit the famous boathouse and take a stroll along the beach and sample an ice cream before returning to Tenby mid-afternoon.

Today we venture through the Pembrokeshire National Park calling for morning coffee and then onto to the tiny city of St David’s with its impressive Cathedral. There will be time for lunch and to visit what is one of Britain’s oldest cathedrals before heading back to our hotel.

This morning we visit Picton Castle and Gardens. Upon arrival we will have time to stroll through the gardens at leisure followed by a tour of the Castle before returning to Tenby for an afternoon at leisure.

We depart Tenby after breakfast and call for coffee and lunch en-route. We aim to arrive in the Macclesfield area around tea time.

Tour includes: Luxury coach travel throughout, 5 nights dinner bed and breakfast and entrance to Picton Castle & Gardens.
£635.00 per person sharing twin/double
£75.00 single room supplement
£34.00 insurance per person, inc. IPT

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