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Discover St David's

The Bishop’s Palace, a stunning medieval ruin, stands beside the cathedral. A little further away are the remains of St Non’s Chapel, Cross, and Holy Well, among Wales’s oldest religious sites and may have been built within a pagan stone circle. St Non’s Chapel is considered the birthplace of St David, the patron saint of Wales.

An insider's guide to St David's

The steep and narrow high street in St David’s is an excellent place to spend a few hours, with its delis, boutiques, galleries, antique shops, and cafes. Some highlights include Chapel Chocolates, which offers handmade chocolates, and The Nook or Bench, where you can find locally made ice creams in various exciting flavours.

Basalt & Dune is a great place to shop for homewares and gifts, while Câr-y-Môr offers seaweed-based products from their community-owned seaweed farm just off the coast.

Goat Street Gallery is a must-visit for fine art and crafts, and the Really Wild Emporium is an excellent spot for planet-friendly goodies and a cafe and restaurant. St Davids Food & Wine is the perfect place to find delicious Welsh produce, and Tyf offers long-lasting, ethically sourced clothing. The St David’s Visitor Centre and Shop, located at the heart of the city’s High Street and opposite the iconic medieval cross, sells various authentic Welsh and local products, reminding you of your trip to West Wales.

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Pubs and beaches in St David's

When it is time for lunch, The Bishops Pub in the city square or the Gin and Kitchen are great places to eat in St David’s. Blas Restaurant is a feast for the senses, and Grain is the place to hang out and enjoy craft beers and artisan pizza.

For something completely different, head out to Dr Beynon’s Bug Farm’s Grub Kitchen – the café has an experience with cricket burgers, insect pakoras, and mealworm-based hummus gracing the menu, depending on the season.

Nearby Whitesands Bay is a surfing mecca awarded the prestigious European Blue Flag Award. Newgale is an expansive beach popular with surfers. Dog restrictions apply to the entire length of the beach between 1st May and 30th September. Caerfai is a small, family-friendly beach which is dog-friendly year-round. These beautiful dog-friendly beaches are perfect for you and your pup to explore the Pembrokeshire coastline. St David’s also has gorgeous dog-friendly holiday cottages, so you can easily access the sandy beaches.

Further afield is the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy – famous for coasteering companies.

St David's cosy cottages

Whether you’re exploring St David’s with your family, pets, or a partner, West Wales Holiday Cottages provides an array of self-catering accommodations that truly feel like a home away from home. From spacious beach houses and modern apartments to cosy cottages, our carefully selected lodgings are inviting, comfortable, and have been specially selected to enhance your getaway.

St David’s is a haven for pet lovers, and we offer various pet-friendly options so nobody gets left behind.

Our favourite things to do in the area

  • Visit the Cathedral and Bishops Palace
  • Having lunch at Grain
  • Soaking up the history
  • Experiencing the menu at Really Wild Emporium
  • Visiting the National Trusts’ Blue Lagoon
  • Going to Dr Beynons bug farm
  • Trying St Davids Comedy Walking Tour
  • Visit Skomer Island and see the puffins in summer

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