South West Wales

Day One:

Llangoed Hall is a great starting point for this trip. Arrive at your leisure to enjoy the beautiful interiors and surrounding gardens.

Day Two:

Travel to Kidwelly Castle, the site of many a key battle in Welsh history before heading to the stunning setting of Llansteffan Castle overlooking the Tywi estuary.

Travel on to Laugharne Castle for a dose of the inspiration that Dylan Thomas regularly enjoyed.

Stay in the iconic Browns Hotel; the favourite watering hole of the poet and writer Dylan Thomas who drew inspiration for his work from the stories he would hear here. With a close relationship with the award winning Penderyn Distillery situated at the foot of the Beacon Beacons, this hotel an ideal place to stay during this tour.

Day Three:

Drop into the medieval town of Pembroke and the mighty Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry Tudor. Nearby Carew Castle has an atmosphere all of its own.

Stay overnight in The Grove.

Day Four:

Some of Britain’s finest natural heritage lies off the Pembrokeshire coastline. There are many daily excursions to Pembrokeshire’s wild islands or if you’re feeling adventurous try sea kayaking or coasteering!

Keep an eye out for the abundant marine wildlife, from orcas to dolphins to seals. Skomer Island has some of the best preserved Iron Age remains in the world.

After a busy day at sea, relax at the Druidstone Hotel.

Day Five:

Visit the Bishop’s Palace and Cathedral at St David’s, home to the 6th century patron Saint of Wales. Take the time to explore the stunning section of coastal path at St Non’s Bay and around St David’s Head.

You’ve reached a place which has been a pilgrimage site for thousands of years… congratulations and take some time to contemplate.

Enjoy the moment!

Travel back to Llangoed Hall by coach.