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DAY 1 (HB) - Check-in at your hotel today is after 3pm so depending on where you are travelling from today you have the opportunity to plan your route to take in some local sights or attractions en-route. After check-in at the hotel the remainder of the afternoon is at leisure to explore the hotels facilities and maybe have a drink in the bar before your welcome dinner in the restaurant.
The Enchanting Black Forest
A Wonderful 8 Day, 7 Night Tour including 5 Nights at the Hotel Schloss Hornberg
The Best of Wales Tour Itinerary
DAY 2 (HB) - Breakfast followed by the day at leisure
OR - Join your fellow driving enthusiasts on a spectacular drive along the Pembrokeshire Coast and through the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Our routing today takes you through Aberystwyth then following the coast via Cardigan and Newport to Fishguard, Haverfordwest and Milford Haven with plenty of stops en route. Your return journey
to Llandrindod Wells takes you via Carmarthen with arrival back at the hotel late afternoon. Dinner is included at the hotel. Approximately 220 miles.
DAY 7 (BB) - Breakfast followed by a mid morning departure from North Wales and the hotel. Again dependant on where you are travelling back to, today you have the opportunity to plan your route to take in some local sights or attractions en-route.
DAY 3 (HB) - Breakfast followed by the day at leisure
OR - Enjoy a wonderful day driving in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The Brecon Beacons National Park lies on the border between Mid Wales and South Wales and is home to waterfalls, forests, market towns, the highest peak in southern Britain and some of the best drives in the UK. Some of the attractions include; Blaenavon World Heritage Site, the Brecon Mountain Railway, Carreg Cennen Castle, Dan-yr-Ogof-Showcaves and Langhorse Lake to mention just a few. Return to the hotel late afternoon followed by dinner and the evening at leisure. Approximately 160 Miles
DAY 4 (HB) - Brecon/Llandrindod Wells to Caernafon/Snowdonia
Take Britain's 'Top Driving Road' (as voted by readers of the Daily Mail), the A470 to the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. Here you'll have the chance to visit Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales at an elevation of 3,560 ft above sea level and take the Snowdon Mountain Railway on a spectacular journey to the rooftop of Wales. Snowdon dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales and offers stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views. For those guests stayting at the Royal Victoria Hotel, you'll enjoy amazing views of Mount Snowdon, whilst guests staying at the celtic Royal hotel will continue north to Caernafon, home to the most famous of Wales's castles. Its sheer scale and commanding presence easily set it apart from the rest. Overnight at your North Wales hotel including dinner. Approximately 110 Miles.
Meal Basis - BB = Bed & Breakfast / HB = Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
DAY 5 (HB) - Breakfast followed by the day at leisure
OR - Enjoy a wonderful day driving around the 'Lap of Snowdonia'. This route takes you right round the ginormous bulk of Snowdonia’s central massif. You can do it either way, but the best views of Snowdon itself come when you do it anti clockwise. From Caernarfon take the A4085, which quickly rises up into the foothills. As it crests the hill just past Rhyd-Ddu, look left up Snowdon’s gentler western flanks and you can see the summit café. Turn left at Beddgelert along the A498, then look left again for more glimpses of the summit, this time jagged and triangular, set amongst an awesome horseshoe of cliffs. Turn left at Pen y Gwryd and up through the famous Llanberis Pass. Its highest point, Pen-y-Pass, marks the start of the most popular walking routes. From here it’s downhill to Llanberis and onward to Caernarfon. Return to the hotel late afternoon followed by dinner and the evening at leisure. Approximately 80 Miles
DAY 6 (HB) - Breakfast followed by the day at leisure
OR - Enjoy a wonderful day exploring the North Wales coastline. Portmeirion, built over decades from the 1920s, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis designed this utterly unique village on a corner of Italy, built in homage to the spirit of the Mediterranean. Portmeirion's maze of elaborate villas, scattered domes and neatly-placed squares are set within gardens and an encompassing area of unbeatable natural beauty. Llandudno is the epitome of the elegant Victorian seaside resort. It’s on quite an upswing at the moment, with great places to stay, eat and drink. It’s also a hub of North Wales’ thriving contemporary art and craft scene. Enjoy a Steam Train ride, choose from seven main stations and six stopping points between the coasts of Caernarfon and Porthmadog in the Snowdonia National Park. A restoration of the legendary Welsh Highland Railway which closed during the 1930s. Return to the hotel late afternoon followed by dinner and the evening at leisure. Approximately 50 Miles