Wales Chauffeur Driven Tours Customized for You
For your Wales Chauffeur Driven Tour we can give you luxury vehicles including S Class Mercedes, Sprinters, Vianos and luxury coaches for bigger groups. Our chauffeurs are so much more than just drivers – they are all certified Wales guides with many years of experience of guiding in Wales. They will be the making of your Wales Chauffeur Driven Tour as they will have so much to contribute by way of their specialist knowledge of Wales and expertise on all things Welsh.
You may like to combine your customized Wales Chauffeur Driven Tour with other options such as our England Chauffeur Driven Tours, Scotland Chauffeur Driven Tours or indeed our Ireland Chauffeur Driven Tours.
Day 1: St David’s Hotel, Cardiff, Wales
Start your Chauffeur Driven Wales Vacation in Cardiff. You can get here by way of a Chauffeur Driven England Vacation or your driver/guide can meet you in arrivals at your chosen airport and bring you straight to Wales. Get to know him as he takes you on a tour of the city – visit Cardiff Castle before checking in to your luxury hotel overlooking Cardiff Bay.
Day 2: Penrhiw Hotel, St Davids, Wales
Travel through the scenic Brecon Beacons National Park and on to the pretty coastal village of Laugharne. Here you can visit the Dylan Thomas Boathouse where Dylan Thomas spent the last 4 years of his life. It is now a tribute and memorial to the famous writer with visual presentations, books and tea room. You can also visit Laugharne Castle, an impressive 12th century castle which later became a Tudor manor. Here Thomas and author Richard Hughes were both inspired to write in the castle’s garden summerhouse. In the evening continue on to you luxury hotel located in Saint Davids.
Day 3: Penrhiw Hotel, St Davids,Wales
Spend today exploring the surrounding coastal area. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is Britain’s only Coastal National Park and the Pembrokeshire coast path runs the length of the county with breathtaking views throughout. Visit the picturesque town of Tenby where recommended attractions include Monorbier Castle and the Tudor Merchant’s House. Pembroke Castle is also well worth a visit.
Day 4: Gwesty Cymru, Aberystwyth, Wales
This morning visit the historic market town of Cardigan before continuing along the Ceredigion Heritage Coast with its picturesque seaside towns and villages and stunning beaches. Continue on to Aberystwyth where you can take a ride on the Electric Cliff Railway here which climbs to the top of Constitution Hill and is the longest electric cliff railway in Britain. From the top you can see incredible vistas from the mountains of Snowdonia in the North to the Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire in the South. Afterwards check into your centrally located luxury hotel.
Day 5: Chateau Rhianfa, Anglesea, Wales
Spend today exploring the Snowdonia National Park. Take a ride on the Snowdon Mountain Railway and pretend to conquer mighty Mount Snowdon as it rules the magnificent, serene countryside of North Wales. This peak stands at 1,085m (3,560 ft) and is a true site of legend – the burial place of the giant Rhitta (Rhudda) slain by King Arthur and some say his legendary Knights are still sleeping under Snowdon’s shadows. In the evening make your way on to the Isle of Anglesey and your next luxury accommodations.
Day 6: Chateau Rhianfa, Anglesea, Wales
Spend today exploring the Isle of Anglesey. With 125 miles of spectacular coastline a walk along a stretch of the coastal path is a must. Pay a visit to Llynnon Mill, the only working windmill in Wales built in the late 1700s and used to make organic stone ground wholemeal flour. Visit the seaside town of Beaumaris, with its mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Here you can visit Beaumaris Castle as well as the town gaol for a taste of life as a prisoner in the 1800s. The nearby courthouse is one of the oldest in Britain.
Day 7: Manorhaus, Ruthin, Wales
After a leisurely morning travel through the beautiful North Wales countryside to the walled market town of Conwy. Here you can visit the impressive Conwy Castle which was constructed by the English monarch Edward I between 1283 and 1289 as one of the key fortresses in his ‘iron ring’ of castles to contain the Welsh. In the afternoon make your way to the pretty Welsh village of Ruthin and your centrally located luxury hotel. This evening explore some of the quaint Welsh pubs in Ruthin town.
Day 8: Depart Wales for Home
Ruthin is just an hour from Manchester Airport or alternatively your driver guide will bring back to London in order to catch your flight home. Or extend your stay by continuing your journey with a fully customized Chauffeur Driven England Vacation.
Wales Chauffeur Driven Tours include all hotel accommodations, breakfast each morning and luxury car/coach hire with private driver/guide. As all tours are customized to suit your individual needs additional items can be added to suit your chosen itinerary. You can also avail of our concierge services in the run up to your trip and we also offer 24 hour on tour support.