Check in at Brown’s hotel.
Wander down to the Dylan Thomas Boathouse by following Dylan’s Walk from Brown’s, roughly a 10-minute stroll.
Lunch suggestions: The Boathouse has tea rooms offering light snacks and there is also a selection of pubs and eateries to choose from in the centre of Laugharne.
Take the 10-minute drive to Pendine Sands to enjoy an ice cream from the Cambrian Ice Cream Parlour on the beach. You could even hire a sea kayak or paddle board from Chad and Olly’s Beach Hut.
Stay overnight at Brown’s and enjoy dinner at Dexters at Brown’s.
Suggestions of places to visit in the Tywi Valley:
Carreg Cennen – dominating the skyline for miles, the castle dates back to the 13th century.
Dinefwr Estate and Castle - a stunning 800-acre estate just outside Llandeilo, it occupies an important place in Welsh history.
Aberglasney Gardens - these formal walled gardens date from Elizabethan times and feature a unique cloister garden at its heart.
Dinner: The Warren, Carmarthen.
Stay overnight @ Brown’s, Laugharne
Checkout of Brown’s.
Explore the stunning blue flag beach and the quaint village of Amroth.
Lunch option: Smugglers overlooking Amroth Beach has a great selection of locally sourced food and drinks, with spectacular views.
Head to Minwear Woods. There are a selection of walking trails to follow here. We recommend the Minwear Walk, which is 1.5 miles and will take approximately 1 hour.
Head to The Grove at Narberth to check in for the night.
Stay overnight @The Grove, Narberth
Marloes Sands & boat trip
Head to Marloes Sands. It will take you approximately an hour to walk the Coast Path from Marloes to Martin’s Haven, where your boat will depart.
Boat trip to Skomer and Skokholm
Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm are a trio of neighbouring islands grouped together as a Site of Special Scientific Interest – plenty of seal spotting opportunities, as well as brilliant views of the islands.
Dinner: The Lobster Pot, Marloes.
Stay overnight at The Grove, Narbeth
Check out of The Grove.
Overlooked by the imposing craggy hill of Carn Llidi, this wide expanse of fine white sand curves north towards the remote rocky headland of St David’s Head.
Head to Twr Y Felin where you can check in. This is only a 10-minute walk from the centre of St Davids.
Lunch Options: Really Wild Emporium is great if you’re looking for lighter, sustainably sourced and local food. They also have a shop selling local produce. The Bishop’s Inn in the square is another option.
Enjoy dinner at Blas Restaurant at Twr Y Felin.
There are a selection of different walking options around Foel Drygarn, but we recommend the circular route, which is 3.7 miles long and takes approximately 2.5 hours.
Optional: On your way back from Foel Drygarn, stop in at the village of Solva, a bustling tiny village with a wide selection of cafes, restaurants and pubs. There are art galleries, deli and gift shops.
Lunch options: Visit The Royal George Inn for an excellent pub lunch. Or stop in at The Shed Bistro, north of St Davids, for amazing fish and chips overlooking Porthgain harbour.
Dinner: Grain in St Davids.
Stay overnight @Twr Y Felin.
Head to Cardigan for the morning, where you can explore the medieval walls, gardens and castle remains.
Lunch option: Cegin 1176 Kitchen at Cardigan Castle.
Follow SA44 6PE for Penbontbren Holiday Cottage
The holiday cottage was once the original farmhouse for the farm and has many original features.
The picturesque seaside village of Llangrannog is a great spot to explore. The pretty hidden beach at Cilborth is accessible from Llangrannog either at low tide across the beach, or via steep steps on the coastal path.
Dinner: Head to The Pentre Arms for dinner. The pub overlooks the beach.
Stay overnight at Penbontbren Holiday Cottage.
Walking at Devil’s bridge and Pumlumon.
Devil’s Bridge is situated in the beautiful Cambrian Mountains with stunning scenery and waterfalls to explore.
Once you have finished your walk here make your way to Pumlumon, the highest point of the Cambrian Mountains. There are a number of different routes to take here. We recommend the Pig Trail for a shorter but intense route, and the Sir Chris Bonington Trail for a longer but less intense route.
On your way back to the accommodation, stop in at New Quay, enjoy some fish and chips at The Lime Crab and do some evening dolphin spotting – Cardigan Bay is famous for them!
Stay overnight at Penbontbren Holiday Cottage
Check out by 10am.
Aberporth is known for being a charming little village on the coast of Ceredigion and Aberporth Beach is one of the prettiest in the area.
Lunch options: Go to The Boy Ashore after 12pm for a takeaway burger on the beach.