Reunion Holiday 2020 Cliff Hotel Cardigan Bay

Reunion Holiday 2020 Cliff Hotel Cardigan Bay

Meet up with friends old & new on this short break staying at the Cliff Hotel, Cardigan


Meet up with friends old & new on this short break staying at the Cliff Hotel, Cardigan


Cardigan lies on the estuary of the River Teifi, at the point where Ceredigion meets Pembrokeshire. It was the county town of the pre-1974 county of Cardiganshire. It is the second largest town in Ceredigion. In recent years the town has sympathetically restored many of the shop facades in the town centre and rebuilt the quayside.


St Davids (or St David's)

Full name St Davids and the Cathedral Close in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Lying on the River Alun on St Davids Peninsula, it is Britain's smallest city in terms of both size and population, the final resting place of Saint David, the country's patron saint, and the de facto ecclesiastical capital of Wales. St Davids was given city status in the 16th century due to the presence of St Davids Cathedral but lost this in 1888. City status was restored in 1994 at the request of Queen Elizabeth II.


Pembroke is a historic settlement and former county town of Pembrokeshire dating back to the 11th century. The town features a number of historic buildings and complexes and is one of the major population centres in the county. It was the birthplace of Henry Tudor, later Henry VII of England. The town is centred on Main Street, which is the only street that is inside the original town walls and is located on the Pembroke Peninsula in a fascinating area of breathtaking coastal scenery, timeless villages and glorious sandy beaches.


National Wool Museum, Teifi Valley

Wool was historically the most important and widespread of Wales's industries. The picturesque village of Dre-fach Felindre in the beautiful Teifi valley was once the centre of a thriving woollen industry, earning the nickname 'The Huddersfield of Wales'. Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills, shirts and shawls, blankets and bedcovers, woollen stockings and socks were all made here, and sold in the surrounding countryside - and to the rest of the world.Follow the process from Fleece to Fabric and visit the sympathetically restored listed mill buildings and Historic Machinery.


Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Designated in 1952 as Britain’s only coastal National Park is extra special, and any trip to the Pembrokeshire coast will show you why. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park covers 612 square kilometres from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south but also includes the Preseli hills and The Daugleddau Estuary.

In the south of the county, towering limestone cliffs plummet to the sea below with great swathes of golden sands mixed in such as Amroth, Tenby, and Freshwater West.

The further north you travel the landscape becomes more hilly and rugged with volcanic headlands and flooded glacial valleys, but no less impressive. The beaches are smaller, with the exception of a few, and more secluded like Abercastle, Cwm y Eglwys and Porthsele.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail hugs the coastline for 186 miles of some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain.


Tenby is a delightful little harbour town and seaside resort, with 2.5 miles of sandy beaches, steeped in ancient history and surrounded by imposing 13th century medieval stone walls, including the Five Arches barbican gatehouse. Other notable features include the 15th century St. Mary's Church; the Tudor Merchant's House (National Trust); Tenby Museum and Art Gallery. Boats sail from Tenby's harbour to the offshore monastic Caldey Island, while St Catherine's Island is a tidal island. 



Monday 3rd Feb

A morning departure as we head south via Chester and on through the heart of Wales to Aberystwyth and then on to Cardigan and our hotel the Cliff. Enjoy tea and biscuits on arrival as our cases are taken to the rooms. Dinner in the hotel is followed by tonight’s live entertainment. Drinks promotion, half price bar on selected drinks 18.00 - 21.00.


Tuesday 4th Feb

This morning after breakfast we travel along the Pembrokeshire Coast to visit St Davids with its magnificent 12th century cathedral, the smallest city in Britain and the birthplace of the patron saint of Wales. Enjoy a packed lunch from the hotel before we return via the historic town of Pembroke, which is dominated by its magnificent Norman castle. Dinner and live musical entertainment in the hotel this evening. Drinks promotion, half price bar on selected drinks 18.00 - 21.00.

B, L, D

Wednesday 5th Feb

Morning drive through the Teifi valley to the National Wool Centre, see the story from fleece to fabric and explore the restored mill buildings. We return to Cardigan to spend the afternoon in this charming coastal town. Dinner in the hotel with live entertainment. Drinks promotion, half price bar on selected drinks 18.00 - 21.00.

B, D

Thursday 6th Feb

After breakfast this morning we enjoy a drive through the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Preseli Mountains to see the Llys-y-Fran Reservoir, a 212 acre man-made lake which supplies most of Pembrokeshire’s drinking water. We again have a packed lunch from the hotel as we continue to the popular resort of Tenby, a town steeped in ancient history surrounded by its imposing 13th Century stone walls. Time at leisure before returning to the Cliff Hotel and a farewell dinner with live entertainment and a Drinks promotion, half price bar on selected drinks 18.00 - 21.00.

B, L, D

Friday 7th Feb

We leave our hosts at the Cliff hotel and return home to Cumbria.


B=Breakfast Included, L=lunch Included, D=Dinner Included

The Cliff Hotel and Spa

The Cliff Hotel & Spa is a large family-owned hotel where a warm, friendly welcome, excellent facilities and the highest standards of service and cleanliness ensure that your stay is a most pleasant one.

This 76 bedroom hotel offers first-rate facilities for those looking for a break, all rooms include en-suite bathroom, hairdryer, hospitality tray, flat screen TV, telephone, ironing facilities and free WiFi.

The newly refurbished bar and restaurant Carreg at The Cliff serves menus using the best fresh produce to ensure that your dining experience is second to none and reflects the changing seasons and includes speciality dishes as well as classic favourites, ensuring that we always have something for everyone! At Carreg at The Cliff every effort is made to accommodate all dietary requirements.

With expansive, beautiful hotel grounds, The Cliff Hotel & Spa is located on the coast of Cardigan Bay overlooking Poppit Sands and Cardigan Island. This the perfect holiday destination to explore the West Wales’ beautiful Ceredigion and Pembrokehsire Coast. With excellent spa facilities you can unwind and enjoy the facilities and treatments provided at the spa.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Appleby The Sands Appleby
Aspatria Car Park beside Spar Aspatria
Brough Monument Bus Shelter Brough
Carlisle Entrance to Sands Centre Car Park Carlisle
Cockermouth Monument Main Street Cockermouth
Dearham Commercial Corner Dearham
Distington Outside Prospect Works Distington
Egremont Conservative Club Egremont
Flimby Railway Station Flimby
Harrington Galloping Horse bus stop Harrington
Keswick Bell Close Car Park Keswick
Kirkby Stephen Market Square Kirkby Stephen
Maryport Outside Coop Maryport
Penrith Sandgate Bus Station Penrith
Shap Village Hall Shap
Tebay Old Services Car Park Tebay
Thursby Bus Stop Thursby
Waverton Bus Stop Waverton
Whitehaven Old Bus Station Whitehaven
Wigton Old Bus Station Wigton
Workington Lay By opposite Grahams Travel Jane St. Workington
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