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5 Day Tour - Gower Peninsula
3* IVY BUSH ROYAL HOTEL – CARMARTHEN
Departs: Sun 6th September, Price: £405, Single Supplement: £50
Included in cost: 4 NIGHTS HALF BOARD, GOWER HERITAGE CENTRE AND GUIDED TOUR, TRIP ON GWILI STEAM RAILWAY WITH MUSEUM, VISIT TENBY, VISIT MUMBLES, ENTERTAINMENT ON TWO NIGHTS.
Day 1: Set in the heart of Carmarthen, The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel combines old world charm with modern facilities. It commands a spectacular position at the Gateway to the West and was once a favoured retreat for Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton. All rooms are en suite with hairdryer, ironing station and hospitality trays for you to make yourself the all important cup of tea/coffee.
Day 2: Experience the sheer beauty of the Gower today with a visit to the Gower Heritage Centre, which offers crafts, a Watermill and a museum, but most of all enjoy a coach guided tour of the Gower Peninsular. Then it’s onto the picturesque Victorian seaside village of Mumbles, with its boutiques, galleries and potteries to see.
Day 3: Excursion into Pembrokeshire to the historic seaside resort of Tenby, with its natural charm, narrow streets, harbour and beautiful beaches. Tenby’s hilltop position led to its early settlement as a Welsh stronghold, which was replaced in medieval times by a Norman Castle and walled town - parts of the walls survive to this day, and are an attractive feature at the entrance to the old town. You will find lots to see and do, with lots of places to grab something to eat.
Day 4: Explore Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales with its popular Wednesday outdoor market, medieval lanes and Georgian buildings. In the afternoon, we take a ride on the Gwili Steam Railway for a one and a half hour round trip to and from Bronwydd Arms Station, a trip on the miniature railway and visit the museum and signal box. The Railways authentic heritage and outstanding scenery has proved an attractive location for Welsh and English television and film companies.
Day 5: Return to Waterside.