The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Wales’ first National Trail, officially opened in 1970. The whole path is 186 miles, and now forms part of the 870 miles Wales Coast Path. Pembrokeshire is one of Britain’s most unspoilt shorelines – well known for its cromlechs, standing stones, attractive fishing villages, Celtic saints and fabulous coastline.
PCP1 Amroth to St. Dogmael’s 14 nights,13 days walking
PCP2 Cardigan to Trefin (North) 6 nights 5 days walking
All accommodations in en-suite rooms, full Welsh breakfast, luggage transfer, pick up to and from path if accommodation not on the path. Also included are all maps and guide books. Packed lunches and evening meals are not included in the price but can be arranged. On this package we offer transport from Carmarthen train station on the first day, and return to Fishguard station on the departure day.
Our prices are based on 2 persons sharing a room.
Solo walkers walking on their own, there will be an added charge of £35 per night.
For those walking with others, but wanting a single occupancy room please add £25 per night.
Rest days will be at cost – whatever the accommodations charge no more.