Award-winning, small tour company Rabbie’s has announced new departure points from Bristol to Wales for the first time. New tours will provide the opportunity for both Bristol natives and visitors from the world over to explore the region.

In their luxury mini-coaches, all Rabbie’s tours venture off-the-beaten path to show guests hidden gems, like Carreg Cennen Castle and Wye Valley. By venturing beyond the guidebook, Rabbie’s tours support the local economies of the places they visit, supporting family-owned restaurants, attractions, giftshops, hotels, and more.

All Rabbie’s tours are led by local driver-guides. They delight in telling their guests the legends, fables, and histories of the visiting area.

Departures from Bristol have been long requested by Rabbie’s international and UK guests. Now, your clients have the perfect starting point to thoroughly explore the natural beauty, cultural cities and charming towns that Wales has to offer.

Colourful picturesque town houses along a harbourside.
Pillars and arches from the remains of an abbey.

Carreg Cennen Castle, Tenby, and Tintern Abbey

The brand new tours departing from Bristol are:

  • Three day - the mountains and coast of South Wales
    Wonder through wonderful Wales on this three day tour. Visit Britain’s smallest city, St Davids and its stunning 12th century cathedral before enjoying a beautiful drive along the Pembrokeshire Coast. Explore the hidden gem of Tenby and discover its castle and medieval town walls before journeying on to see Carreg Cennen Castle. This ancient stronghold sits high atop a rocky outcrop overlooking a mighty river and is an incredible viewpoint. Drive through the Bannau Brycheiniog (Brecon Beacons) mountain range before wandering through one of the UKs most loved market towns in Ross-on-Wye. Take in the beautiful Tintern Abbey from the banks of the River Wye and marvel at the power of Chepstow’s Norman castle.

  • Four day - South Wales, Cotswolds and Oxford tour
    A coastal drive in the south of Wales. A medieval town with an interesting past. A photo-worthy mountain range. A book-lovers paradise. And much, much more.

This complements their tours to Wales including tours from Manchester and London to Eryri (Snowdonia) and North Wales.

For more information visit the website for tours featuring Wales. 

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