Pick up hire car and drive to Pembrokeshire from airport.
Check in overnight at Llys Meddyg Hotel & Restaurant
Dinner at the Llys Meddyg.
Drive to Fishguard Harbour, to board ferry to Rosslare in Ireland.
Drive to your accommodation at Majestic Hotel, Tramore, approx. 1hr 10mins from Rosslare Harbour, where you will stay overnight.
Once you have settled into your accommodation, walk into the town of Tramore for dinner at traditional Irish Pub, The Esquire.
Visit the City of Waterford and Waterford’s Medieval Museum.
Reputed to be Ireland’s oldest city – Waterford is richly decked in Viking tales, architecture, finery and folklore.
Enjoy a VIP Tour Experience at the Medieval Museum.
Drive to Woodenbridge, a small village in the Avoca Valley, which lies between Arklow and Avoca, at the meeting of the Avoca, Aughrim and Goldmine rivers. Here there are a number of beautiful trails to explore in this spectacular part of the world.
Lunch: Visit The Old Ship, a traditional Irish pub serving locally produced food.
Head to Rosslare Harbour for your ferry back to Fishguard in Wales.
Travel to your accommodation for 2 nights at Twr y Felin.
Walk into the centre of St Davids (only a 10-minute walk from Twr y Felin) and explore the shops, pubs and ancient Cathedral of the UK’s smallest city.
Lunch Options: Really Wild Emporium on the high street is great if you’re looking for sustainably sourced, local food. They also have a shop selling local produce.
Walk back to Twr y Felin to pick up your car and head to Abereiddi. Otherwise known as the Blue Lagoon, it’s an old quarry, just north of the beach in Abereiddy Bay, that was abandoned and flooded in 1910, as the rock that separated it from the sea was demolished, allowing the waves to flow in. The area is popular for walkers, with the Pembrokeshire coastal path passing the lagoon, and some stunning cliff-top walks nearby.
Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber
Constructed from the same Preseli Bluestones used on its ‘big brother’ at Stonehenge, Pentre Ifan is generally considered to be a communal burial chamber and is an impressive feat of ancient construction methods. The giant 5m-long, 15-ton capstone, precariously balanced on three uprights, has managed to remain in place for over 5,000 years.
Dinner at Twr y Felin’s Blas Restaurant.
Stay overnight at Twr Y Felin.
Head to Cardigan and explore the medieval walls and seek out the castle remains. Visit the beautiful Georgian Mansion and find out about the people that lived in the castle throughout its history; wander through the stunning Grade II listed gardens full of rare plant species.
Lunch options: Cegin 1176 Kitchen at Cardigan Castle is its on-site cafe and restaurant.
The pretty seaside village of Llangrannog features a beautiful beach, and a couple of pubs and cafes. It also offers an extensive range of sports and leisure facilities - sea kayaking is very popular here. 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.
Drive to your new accommodation, Jabajak Vineyard and Rooms where on arrival you will enjoy a vineyard tour and wine tasting.
Dinner at Jabajak restaurant.
On arrival in Laugharne wander down to the Dylan Thomas Boathouse by following Dylan’s Walk from Brown’s, roughly a 10-minute walk.
Lunch suggestions: The Boathouse have tea rooms offering light snacks such as fresh scones, Welsh cakes and bara-brith. There is also a selection of bustling pubs and eateries to choose from in the centre of Laugharne, such as The Fountain Inn and Arthur’s.
Travel to airport and fly home.