Four nights dinner bed & breakfast
The Clarence House has been family owned for 60 years. It is in one of the best positions on The Esplanade with front sea views from South Beach over Caldey Island and across the bay to the Gower Coast, North Devon and Somerset. Facilities include: Dining room with attractive sea views; lounge leading to the enclosed Rose Garden; small private paved cliff garden for sitting and with access to steps down to the South Beach; complimentary Wi-Fi; and live entertainment most evenings. Porterage is included.
MONDAY Outward journey to Tenby, with time to settle in before dinner.
TUESDAY Our first visit today is to the National Wool Museum, to discover the spellbinding story of the Welsh woollen industry. On then to Caws Cenarth Cheese Farm, set in beautiful countryside overlooking the river Cych, and where we learn about the history of cheesemaking, and have the opportunity to taste and watch it being made. We have time to call at Cenarth, where the River Teifi makes its way through the centre of the village to produce a spectacular series of waterfalls, before making our way back to Tenby.
WEDNESDAY A scenic drive to Scolton Manor, a traditional Victorian country house sympathetically restored in order to provide visitors with a taste of Victorian society and style. On then to Fishguard, scene of the film version of Dylan Thomas’s “Under Milk Wood”. Our journey continues along the north Pembrokeshire coast to St David’s, the smallest cathedral city in the country, and from here we return along the coast road through the picturesque villages of Solva and Newgale.
THURSDAY A half day tour to the charming walled town of Pembroke with its magnificent Norman Castle and numerous fine old buildings. We return to Tenby for an afternoon at leisure.
FRIDAY After a hearty breakfast, we say goodbye and head for home with fond memories.