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St Davids which is nestling right on the very western peninsular of Wales, has attracted visitors from all over the world for many years. It still holds the title of the smallest city in britain, thanks to the enormous cathederal sitting in the valley below the main town, next to the Bishops Palace. 
This seasonal destination, fairly quiet in winter brings thousands to its shores in the warmer months.
Pembrokeshire boasts some of the UK's most stunning beaches and coves. Whitesands Beach proves most popular with its cafe and surf hire, but there are plenty of other beaches off the beaten track that are less widely known like Caerfai which has a campsite and farm which provides 'Gianni's icecream parlour' with their milk, Porthclais and Solva Harbour which are ideal for an evening swim, and the Blue Lagoon which hosted last years Red Bull cliff diving championship competition.
There are numerous pubs, restaurants, cafes, galleries and shops along with several booking offices close by where you can book trips around Ramsey Island and Grassholm.
Many outdoor activities are available through companies such as TYF who do
coasteering, cliff jumping, kayaking, and other adventure activities. 

 

The Pembrokeshire coastal path is a short walk away from the town in almost any direction for anyone wanting to explore the area on foot.

The Puffin Shuttle which provides transport around the peninsular stops just down the road from No 73. 

The 411 bus stop which goes to and from Haverfordwest every hour is also just a short walk. 

Fishguard with a Stenna Line ferry link is a half an hour drive or short bus ride away from St Davids. 

 

 

Getting around

 

We can provide you with a pass for a car park just a                             minutes walk up the road.

                 Daily pass          £3 per vehicle

                 Weekly pass    £20 per vehicle

 

 Parking

St Davids