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Pembrokeshire is the far south-west corner of Wales. With the sea lapping at the shores on three sides, Pembrokeshire is a haven for spectacular coastal walks and a wild and incredibly beautiful landscape. Visit coves and harbours, over 50 beaches, explore castles and wander through beautiful gardens. Drive through vibrant towns and villages, and the smallest city in Britain, St Davids.

This tour also can lead straight into the Welsh Borders & Brecons Tour for those who wish to extend their time in southern Wales.


Tour Highlights

  • Explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
  • Discover Britain’s smallest city, St David’s
  • Wander around beautiful gardens such as Dyffryn Fernant and Llwyngarreg
  • See the magnificent castles of Manorbier, Pembroke, Cardigan and more
  • Stroll around the pretty fishing village of Tenby
  • Discover the illustrious past of Pembroke Dock
  • Drive over the wild moorland of the Preseli Hills with their far-reaching views
  • Visit St Dogmael’s Abbey

Tour Map


Day 1:  Arrive in Pembrokeshire

47 Miles

Arrive at your leisure anytime after 3pm.  It’s a lovely journey to Pembrokeshire and maybe enjoy a stroll along the beach on arrival at the coastal spa hotel.

Day 2:  Discover the Pembroke Coast

132 Miles

Discover the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline today and punctuate the day with a number of fascinating visits. Start with the gorgeous and colourful fishing village of Tenby, then head on to Manorbier and the wonderful castle. Explore Pembroke town and discover the illustrious history of Pembroke Dock. Hug the coastline around to the tiny city of St David’s. Press on to the windswept promontory of Strumble Head and you can enjoy the luxury of tremendous clifftop vistas without even leaving the car. Return to the hotel via Carew Castle.

Day 3:  Explore the Preseli Hills

120 Miles

Today’s tour leads you up to the beautiful Preseli Hills, with their far-reaching views and open moorland. Drive to Moylegrove, a picturesque tumble of traditional whitewashed cottages and stone chapels. Along the coast are side turnings leading to the remote and rocky porpoises’ playground of Ceibwr Bay. The road emerges at the riverside village of St Dogmaels, which has a ruined abbey and working water mill.

Visit the ancient town of Cardigan then head south to Ffynone Waterfall. Continue south to the gorgeous little market town of Narberth. Return to the hotel via Laugharne Castle and Pendine Sands.

Day 4:  The National Botantic Garden of Wales

105 Miles

After a hearty breakfast depart for home on a scenic drive westwards toward Swansea or the Brecon Beacons. It is well worth vising the National Botanic Garden of Wales, near Carmarthen.

Where we'll stay

This award-winning Spa Hotel is perched above Saundersfoot Harbour in Pembrokeshire National Park. The privately-owned hotel has an outdoor infinity pool, luxurious spa and views over Saundersfoot harbour, beach and coastline. Bedrooms are individually styled in a light, airy seaside theme. Each has a big bed, powerful shower and lavish bathroom with bathrobe.

The Cliff Restaurant is at the heart of the St Brides. Versatile menus and intense flavours are created with fine Pembrokeshire produce. Fresh, locally landed fish is on the menu every day. The hotel’s Marine Spa includes a steam room, salt room, rock sauna, adventure shower, ice fountain and a hydro pool that has sea views.

What's included



  • Please ensure you have suitable travel insurance
  • It is a good idea to carry a warning triangle, first-aid kit, fluorescent jacket, set of replacement bulbs and a national identification sticker.
  • The most important requirement is that you take pleasure in motoring through fabulous scenery, and relish individual, character hotels.


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