My partner and I (40ish teachers from Florida & well travelled) are taking advantage of a very inexpensive fly & drive package to Wales in July that includes vouchers for B&Bs. We usually don't do the voucher thing since we know all the disadvantages, but this trip is SO inexpensive that we are just going to make the best of it.
We are basing our driving route on one we found in a forum from 2007 that involved many folks making helpful suggestions. But we've made a few revisions, and we need help with the end. Here's what we have so far:
Day 1: Arrive Gatwick, drive to Stonehenge, Chepstow, Tintern Abbey, & finally Cardiff. (BUSY day, we know, but the guy did it in 2007 and we are up to the challenge.)
Day 2: Caperhilly, St. Fagan's, back to Cardiff.
Day 3: Drive to Laugharne, then Tenby.
Day 4: Drive to St. David's, then Aberyswyth.
Day 5: Drive to Machynlleth, Harlech, then .???
Here's the part where we need help. For the remainder of the trip we want to:
-spend a day on the Isle of Anglesy
-go to Pen y Pass & walk Miner's Path
-maybe another stop or two??
-get back to Gatwick
We would like to keep this to 8 days total, so if you have suggestions on Days 6-8, we would appreciate it very much. Any comments on the other parts of the trip are welcomed as well!