Old Cross Hotel
Travel Blogs from St. Davids
... address of the Ship Inn. Thank the pagan gods for smart phones and the internet. The Ship Inn wasn’t in Cardigan at all, it was another 20 minutes up the road at Tresaith.
Al knew exactly what was in store, I just knew the pub had a terrace looking over what I presumed would be a quay. I was completely blown away as we drove down the hill into Tresaith. The pictures can do the talking.
The pub (http://www.shiptresaith.co.uk/) ...
... lovely pair of jazzy trousers and a feather patterned top ................very trendy.
The girls bought some tights! (in summer????) apparently it is the thing to wear them with shorts even when it's hot!!!!!!!!!
More ice cream of course while Colin and I enjoyed a glass of wine. Just a stroll round the streets and a few photographs to remind us of this lovely ...
Sorry to see you go...We loved your company
Ciara says: ' Love you...miss you..come and see us soon.'
Becky says ' You say the cutest things we love you.'
Freya says 'Missing you very much already and hope to see you again soon.. didn't we have fun?'
... Mexican with Chicken Enchilladas absolutley fabulous!! Plus we gorged ourselves on melon afterwards. Becky and Ciara watched Twilight while Freya and Georgie enjoyed some colouring for more prizes and playing on Georgie's bicycle and scooter.
Summing up the holiday so far:
Ciara says 'It's amazing and interesting and found Tenby the highlight of her week so far.'
... The beaches are close to the town and look across to Caldey Island. The big rock in the middle of North Beach is called Goskar Rock and is called that after the Norse Viking language, they apparently visited Tenby 1000 years ago....Wow! The spire of St. Mary's Church can be seen from any part of town so you can't really get lost just look for the spire and walk in that direction to find ...