TWIN CENTRE NORTH AND SOUTH WALES
7TH MAY 2023 8 DAY-7 NIGHTS DBB
£715 (NIL SRS 6 ONLY)
The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel is within walking distance of Carmarthen town centre and was once a favourite retreat for Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton,
The Beaufort Park Hotel is situated near the market town of Mold and is an ideal base for our tour.
HOLIDAY HIGHLIGHTS 8 DAYS
• LLANGOLLEN RAILWAY • TENBY • CARMARTHEN • PICTON CASTLE AND WOODLAND GARDEN
• ST DAVID’S AND ST BRIDE’S BAY • MUMBLES AND THE GOWER PENINSULA
• ISLE OF ANGLESEY – BEAUMARIS • PUFFIN ISLAND BOAT TRIP • PONTCYSYLLTE AQUEDUCT CANAL TRIP
• DAY ONE TO EIGHT
Depart from your home area in the morning travelling to Carmarthen and arriving late afternoon at Ivy Bush Royal Hotel. 4 nights stay – dinner, bed and breakfast. Harpist or pianist one night and one further night of entertainment.
This morning we travel west to the popular holiday resort of Tenby. With the old town walls, interesting little side streets and alleyways to explore and superb beaches, Tenby is South West Wales’s main holiday resort and is always a pleasant and friendly place to visit. We have time for lunch in Tenby before we are on our way to Picton Castle and Woodland Garden. Regarded as Pembrokeshire’s finest stately home and gardens.
Today we have a leisurely breakfast and free time to explore Carmarthen.
Today our excursion takes us to St Bride’s Bay and Newgale Sands to the magical place of St. David’s, birthplace of the patron saint of Wales. St. David’s has a beautiful Cathedral, the smallest in Great Britain, well worth a visit. From St. David’s we head around the Preseli Mountains back to hotel.
After breakfast we leave and begin our journey to North Wales our second hotel –
Beaufort park hotel, Mold. 3 nights – dinner, bed and breakfast, stopping off on the way for lunch and arriving in the afternoon for our second destination.
We have an early start and head for time in Llanberis, in the shadow of Mount Snowdon. After a break we head for to Beaumaris, a delightful village on the shore of the Isle of Anglesey. We have time for lunch here before our afternoon boat trip to Puffin Island with wildlife and seal colonies.
Today’s excursion takes us through some lovely Welsh scenery, including the spectacular Horseshoe Pass, to the Dee Valley where we join the Rheilfford Llangollen Railway for a journey on a nostalgic steam train from Carrogg to Llangollen and also take a ride on the ‘Stream in the Sky’- the Llangollen Canal - gliding gently along over the country’s biggest navigable viaduct.
• DAY EIGHT
After breakfast we leave and begin our journey home.