The Wonders of Wales

8 day small group tour - no more than 16 on board-Brecon Beacons, Conwy & Snowdonia

Come to Wales where mountains are shrouded in mist, and ancient legends blend with modern facts to produce a deep national pride worth singing about. On our small group Welsh tour, you'll learn about Wales, which remains faithful to its Celtic roots. Appreciate Welsh history, culture and language. But most of all, marvel at its spectacular scenery. This is the best tour of Wales!

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8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS / UP TO 18 GUESTS

wALES MAPOn this captivating journey through deep green valleys, past snow-dusted mountains and along an unforgettable coastline, we’ll go high and low in search of Wales’ most iconic sights. Join us as we walk the ancient lands of Celts and Romans, immersing ourselves in age-old local traditions as we go.

THE LYNOTT DIFFERENCE 

  • Indulge in a traditional afternoon tea served in glorious surroundings
  • Enjoy a soul-stirring Welsh male voice choir performance
  • Embark on a steam train ride through the spectacular scenery of Snowdonia National Park

DAY 1 CARDIFF
We'll meet in Cardiff, the capital of Wales for a welcome dinner (D)

DAY2 - BRECON BEACONS
Following a hearty breakfast at our hotel, we’ll set off in search of the Wales of old. Our first stop? St Fagans National Museum of History, Wales’ most popular heritage attraction. Continuing our journey, we’ll venture through the dramatic Welsh Valleys to Brecon Beacons National Park, stopping at the 13th-century Caerphilly Castle along the way. This evening, another delicious group dinner awaits us at our hotel. Accommodation: The Bear Hotel at Crickhowell (or similar) (B,D)

DAY 3 BRECON BEACONS – LLANGOLLEN – NORTH WALES
Today’s itinerary will take us further north along the border regions of Mid Wales to Pontcysyllte Aqueduct: the longest and highest structure of its kind (and a UNESCO World Heritage Site). We’ll have the opportunity to visit the mesmerising Valle Crucis Abbey before pausing for an afternoon tea together at a charming local tearoom. Upon our arrival along the rugged North Welsh Coast, we’ll have the evening to spend at our leisure. Accommodation: St Georges Hotel (or similar)(B)

Accommodation: St Georges Hotel (or similar)

Wales car tourDAY 4 NORTH WALES
After an eventful few days, today you’ll have plenty of free time to explore Conwy. What you do is up to you – but we recommend visiting the imposing Conwy Castle and taking a look at the medieval town walls. This evening, a Welsh cultural experience is in store: prepare to witness a soul-stirring male voice choir performance. (B)

Accommodation: St Georges Hotel (or similar)

DAY 5 NORTH WALES – NANT GWRTHEYRN – PORTMEIRION
Today we’ll be whisked away to the village with the longest place name in Europe – Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch – before moving on to the fascinating Llanberis Slate Mine. After that, it’s onwards to the Welsh Language Heritage Centre in Nant Gwrtheyrn – where we’ll flex our language skills with a lesson in tongue-twisting Welsh pronunciation. There will be plenty of time to practice your new-found skills over dinner in Portmeirion tonight! (B,D)

Accommodation: Hotel Portmeirion (or similar)

DAY 6 PORTMEIRION – FFESTINIOG RAILWAY – PEMBROKESHIRE
Today we’ll take in the breathtaking landscapes of Snowdonia National Park in comfort and style as we enjoy a steam train ride along the historic Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway. We’ll then stop off at the home of Welsh poet Hedd Wyn before hitting the road to Pembrokeshire. (B,D)

Accommodation: Hammet House (or similar)

DAY 7 PEMBROKESHIRE – CASTELL HENLLYS – PEMBROKESHIRE
The rugged landscape around Castell Henllys is known as ‘the Land of Magic and Enchantment’ – and today we’ll get to experience its otherworldly charm as we take a tour of the intriguing Iron Age site. After that, we’ll visit the National Coracle Centre – before donning our best outfits and meeting for one last dinner together. (B,D)

Accommodation: Hammet House (or similar)

Wales car tourDAY 8 PEMBROKESHIRE – ST DAVID’S HEAD – CARDIFF
Back to Cardiff we go! From Pembrokeshire, we’ll make the scenic drive along Wales’ west coast, stopping off at St David’s Head (a dramatic headland that’s famous for its wildflowers). When we reach the Welsh capital, our tour will come to a close. (B)

INCLUSIONS

  • 7 nights in boutique accommodation
  • Experienced Lynott Tour Leader and Driver
  • Premium mini-coach transportation
  • Daily full Welsh breakfasts (B), 4 dinners (D)
  • Afternoon tea at the Tu Hwnt I’r Bont Tearoom
  • Wine tasting session in the Brecon Beacons
  • Steam train ride on the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway
  • Entrance included to all attractions in the itinerary, including: Caerleon Roman Fortress and Baths, Big Pit National Coal Museum, Caerphilly Castle , Hedd Wyn’s home, the Welsh Language Heritage Centre and Castell Henllys

This tour begins and ends at Cardiff The Angel Hotel. Pre and post stays are available.

DEPARTS CARDIFF RETURNS CARDIFF
MAY 2021
Fri 14 May Fri 21 May     US$2,969
Fri 21 May Fri 28 May     US$2,969
Fri 11 Jun Fri 18 Jun     US$2,969
Fri 18 Jun Fri 25 Jun     US$2,969
Fri 9 Jul Fri 16 Jul     US$2,759
Fri 23 Jul Fri 30 Jul     US$2,759
Aug-21
Fri 6 Aug Fri 13 Aug Guaranteed   US$2,919
Fri 3 Sep Fri 10 Sep     US$2,969
Fri 17 Sep Fri 24 Sep     US$2,969
Fri 1 Oct Fri 8 Oct     US$2,759
Single Supplement $550

Notes

Mobility: All of our tours involve walking and require our guests to board and disembark our vehicles several times a day making this tour unsuitable for those with reduced mobility.

Our tours are designed principally for adults, but we will consider accepting children aged 12 or over on request. Please note that triple and family rooms are not always available and we do not offer child rates.

Call +1-800-221-2474 9AM - 5PM Mon-Fri Eastern Time Please Email Us For Information