At present we offer two tours. The ancient Pembrokeshire tour includes a famous Stone Age burial site, the quarry from which the bluestones for Stonehenge were taken, a medieval castle and the intriguing Nevern Church with Celtic cross, Ogham script and bleeding Yew. This tour concludes with a lunch stop at Castell Henllys, a reconstructed Iron Age fort.
On our second tour, Delightful St Dogmaels, you will explore the Ancient Monastery and experience the 17th-century working water mill where you can also buy some of the flour. St Dogmaels is a small attractive old hamlet with an interesting small museum and a café.