Holiday Report – Amroth (September 2016)

Hello everyone! 🙂

Last week, I was on holiday with my parents in Amroth in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. We stayed in a caravan at a caravan park next to Amroth Castle. We had a lovely time. The weather was fairly good with the best days near the end of the holiday. We were in Amroth from Sunday the 4th to Thursday the 9th of September.

My Dad and I managed to take photos of our holiday in Amroth with the digital camera. Let me share with you some of the highlights of our family holiday this year in this holiday report!

On Monday, we explored around Amroth itself and spent some time in the caravan. The weather wasn’t very good as it was mostly drizzle and cloud, so I’m afraid we didn’t take any photos that day.

On Tuesday, the weather was better and we visited the Colby Woodland Garden, a magical valley garden as part of the National Trust. My parents and I enjoyed strolling in the woodland areas where we could walk; visiting a walled garden where there was a gazebo; seeing a obelisk and having lunch.

Later that afternoon, we went back to Amroth and had walk on the beach. We did plenty of walking on the beaches at both Amroth and Tenby. It was lovely and refreshing to walk on the beach, though I didn’t paddle or bathe as I didn’t have my swimming trunks. We also had ice creams with flakes later on.

On Wednesday, my parents and I went on a bus trip to Tenby. It was a nice sunny day and I enjoyed seeing Tenby for the first time. Again, we got to walk on the beach as well as having morning tea at a cafe and lunch in one of the restaurants. We also had ice cream with flakes in them in Tenby. I also purchased some gifts for some of my friends in Tenby.

Cuddles also joined in on the family holiday as well as Puddles and Snoopy. Cuddles wanted to have his photo at the rocks on the beach in Tenby. I took photos of Cuddles, Puddles and Snoopy at the caravan with a little dog friend they made. I also took a photo of Postman Pat and his van in Amroth! 😀

On the last day of our holiday on Thursday, my parents and I did a coastal walk to Saundersfoot. We stopped halfway to Wiseman’s Bridge and had a cup of tea there. We eventually arrived in Saundersfoot and had lunch at a fish and chip’s shop which was nice. I had my sausage and chips! 😀

The holiday finished with us returning to Amroth by bus and having ice creams with flakes and sitting on a bench in the sun before we headed off back home. I’m glad we made the most of our holiday!

I really enjoyed our holiday in Amroth. My parents and I enjoyed seeing all we could see in Amroth as well as going to visit Colby Woodland Garden, Tenby, Wiseman’s Bridge and Saundersfoot. It’s a shame it didn’t last long, but having had a number of breaks recently, I shouldn’t complain so much.

Hope you enjoyed my holiday report!

Thanks for reading!

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

2 thoughts on “Holiday Report – Amroth (September 2016)

  1. Timelord 007

    Sounds like you enjoyed yourself & relaxed, i think I’ll take a holiday to Amroth as my doctor says i need to de-stress & unwind.

    Great photos mate but weres my sausage & chips? Lol.

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  2. Tim Bradley Post author

    Thanks Simon.

    Glad you enjoyed my holiday report in Amroth. I think you’ll enjoy Amroth as it’s very relaxing walking on the beaches and enjoying the scenery. I should take up on your doctor’s advice, as holidays do help to make you less stressed and more relaxed.

    Glad you enjoyed the photos. The sausage and chips were delicious at Saundersfoot. 😀

    Tim. 🙂

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