Fishguard & St Davids
St Davids, Britain's smallest cathedral city is a delight to visit and home to St Davids Cathedral, a shrine to St David, the patron Saint of Wales. Fishguard is home to the 100 foot, Last Invasion, tapestry, finely woven onto cloth telling a humurous and entertaining story. You will be surrounded by a mixture of rolling countryside and beautiful bays, all the natural delights you could wish for rolled into one.
Teifi Valley surrounds the River Teifi, one of the most beautiful rivers in Wales. At 73 miles long there's lots to discover along the way. The Cambrian Mountains lie at the source of the river, and as you head towards Pembrokeshire you will be met with wild salmon, stunning backdrops and many local delicacies. There is even a local produce market if you would like to take a few treats back with you and a few hidden bars known only to locals as ‘smwglins’, where beers was brewed and sold in secret.
The National Botanical Gardens of Wales
Both a visitor attraction and centre for botanical research and conservation, the National Botanical Gardens of Wales covers 568 acres of unmissable Welsh countryside. Not only featuring glasshouses, countryside and gardens you will also find a bird of prey centre where you will be met with talks, demonstrations and of course, the birds themselves!
A true taste of Welsh wine! Indulge yourself in local Welsh wines with a wine tasting session. The winery uses as much local produce as possible, including a bespoke Welsh elderflower wine!
The Lovespoons Workshop | Picton Castle
A visit to the Lovespoons Workshops at Cold Inn for a demonstration on the ancient Welsh tradition of carving Lovespoons as a token of love and affection. On to Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire’s finest stately home, for a guided tour. Forty acres of some of the most beautiful woodland gardens and grounds in West Wales. Our return to Tenby takes us via Saundersfoot, packed with shops and cafes for free time.