Croeso I Cymru – Welcome to Wales!
A jewel of a country situated on the western side of the British Isles, Wales, packs an impressive amount into its 8000 square miles; rugged, sweeping golden coastlines, ancient castles, lush valleys, mountains and picturesque towns and cities.
This is a unique and very beautiful country, one of which that has successfully held on to its traditions and Welsh language which is testament to the proud and welcoming people who hail from this green and mountainous land where hills are truly alive with the sound of music!
Our Tour Highlights
North Wales –Ancient castles, Mountain railways and Coastal retreatsNorth Wales is a popular holiday region passionate about language, music and ancient history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals set against the backdrop of thrilling mountainous scenery ...more
Majestic Mid WalesMid Wales is home to rich, rolling green landscapes, the unspoilt Ceredigion coastline, the stunning Cambrian Mountains and glorious castles, gardens and railways. ...more
South Wales – Captivating capital CardiffThe city of Cardiff offers a great range of unique attractions and quality shopping all within walking distance of each other. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings and, with a rich cultural and sporting heritage, the city is vibrant and the perfect place for a holiday. ...more
West Wales – Historic Treasures of Tenby & PembrokeshireWest Wales has it all – stunning scenery, a spectacular coastline, beautiful beaches, amazing wildlife, great attractions and good food! ...more
Performance Venue Highlights
Llangollen International Eisteddfod of Music and DanceThe International Eisteddfod of Music and Dance has been bringing nations together every summer for over 70 years to the idyllic town of Llangollen. This internationally renowned competition attracts around 4,000 performers and as many as 50,000 visitors each year to celebrate friendly competition, performance, and international peace and friendship. The week-long festival offers opportunities to perform in front of crowds of thousands at one of Wales’s most beautiful performance venues, the Royal International Pavilion.
Portmeirion Village, North WalesDelighting visitors since 1926, experience the magic of the beautiful Italianate village of Portmeirion with its vivid Mediterranean colours providing a unique backdrop for a performance setting. The subtropical forest features some of Britain's largest trees, secret gardens, a derelict castle and rare flowers. Include a concert as part of your visit and delight other guests with your performance on the outdoor stage of the stunning Bristol Colonnade.
St John’s Church, Llandudno, North WalesSt John's Methodist Church is housed in a beautiful listed building on Llandudno's vibrant Mostyn Street, in the heart of the lovely coastal town and popular holiday resort of Llandudno. The Church enjoys a reputation for sound preaching, good singing and a warm fellowship. A popular concert location for Male Voice Choirs, the church is a welcoming venue and has music at its very heart.
Llandaff Cathedral, CardiffLying in the ancient ‘city of Llandaff’ and on one of the oldest sites in Britain, the Cathedral is a place of calm and tranquillity on the edge of the bustling and cosmopolitan city of Cardiff. Restored to its former glory over the course of the last two centuries, more recently due to damage sustained during World War I, the interior blends the new features with the traditional effortlessly.
St David’s Cathedral, West WalesSituated on the stunning Pembrokeshire peninsula and most westerly point of Wales, St David’s, has been a site of pilgrimage and worship for more than 800 years. This architectural gem is located on the site of an earlier sixth-century monastery built by St David, the patron saint of Wales. Today it provides a vibrant community of worship and place for prayer as well as a centre of musical excellence playing a pivotal role during the St David’s Music Festival.
Elan Centre, Mid WalesA unique performance venue on offer in the rolling hills of mid Wales! Sing your heart out in the Elan visitor centre situated in a beautiful setting of the Elan Valley overlooking the Cambrian Mountains, stunning views guaranteed! Granted ‘International Dark Sky Park’ status in 2015, the park is not only protected against light pollution across its 45,000 acres but also provides sanctuary for the abundance of wildlife and nature which can be found by day or night.
Where To Stay
Royal Victoria Snowdonia, Llanberis, North Wales
The Metropole Hotel, Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales
Park Inn by Radisson Cardiff City Centre
Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, Carmarthen, South Wales
Morning Afternoon Evening Day 1 Travel to your destination from your chosen collection point. Welcome drink at the hotel and time at leisure. Group evening meal at your hotel in Llanberis and time to socialise! Day 2 Morning visit to one of the many wonderful Welsh Heritage sites, such as Conwy or Beaumaris Castle with concert. Afternoon visit to the Mediterranean atmosphere of Portmeirion village with outdoor concert by the Bristol Colonnade. Evening meal at the hotel and evening activity. Day 3 Morning excursion on the Snowdon Mountain Railway with a singsong at the summit of Mount Snowdon! Afternoon at leisure in Llanberis village. Sample the local Welsh Cakes for your afternoon tea! Evening meal at the hotel. Day 4 Set off for a scenic journey through the Snowdonia National Park to the seaside resort of Aberystwyth with an optional journey on the spectacular Vale of Rheidol Railway. Afternoon departure to your hotel in Llandrindod Wells with free time in this pretty village. Check into your hotel in Llandrindod Wells. Evening meal at the hotel. Day 5 Morning visit to the serene setting of the Elan Valley Visitor Centre in the stunning Cambrian Mountains with indoor concert. Afternoon departure for your hotel in Carmarthen, South Wales. Evening meal at the hotel. Day 6 Full day excursion to the capital city of Cardiff with several indoor and outdoor concert options available for your performance today. Spend the afternoon seeing the sights, exploring the shops and enjoying the cosmopolitan lifestyle of Cardiff. Evening meal and potential concert or see a show/concert in Cardiff. Return to your hotel. Day 7 Morning excursion to Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry VII with lunch and potential church concert in the picture postcard seaside resort of Tenby. Visit to the smallest city in Britain, St David’s. Explore the quaint streets and shops with a visit and optional concert recital at the Cathedral. Take a boat trip to see the caves and wildlife around the bay. Farewell meal and function at the hotel. Day 8 Optional morning excursion. Onward journey home.