St Davids has the most wonderful coastline in the UK, which is why so many people stay in self catering holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire year after year.
You can walk for mile after mile and see so many different beaches from Whitesand Bay to Cerfai Bay and from Newgale to Abereiddy….so many things to do.
There are so many different activities to enjoy including boat trips to watch seals at play, enjoying the abundant wild flowers on the coastal path or just relaxing over a drink at Porthgain Harbour.
Our family friendly, holiday cottages in St Davids make an ideal base for exploring the Cathedral, the local artists and pubs and restaurants.
March and April are some of the of the very best times to visit St Davids, with spring flowers and deserted beaches.
Do look at our availability and enjoy the daffodils and wild flowers.
Twr y Felin Hotel hosted a lovely evening of carols on Christmas Eve. Choristers from St Davids Cathedral led the evening, which was joined by locals and visitors enjoying mulled wine and mince pies…a very enjoyable event.
We had some more great feedback last week from one of our regular customers, who always stay in Bwthyn Gwe and this is what they said:
“We do so love the kingsize bed in Bwthyn Gwe. We rate it as the most comfortable bed in any hotel, cottage or apartment that we’ve ever stayed in.”
Kathryn Francis, Gloucestershire
We had some great customer feedback recently from David and Tina Williams, who stayed in Bwthyn Gwe. They said:
“We’ve had a brilliant week and the cottage is one of the best we have ever stayed in during 45 years of holidays”. David and Tina Williams, September 2016
More good news! A new restaurant has just opened in St Davids – St Davids Kitchen at 16, Nunn Street, which serves breakfast, lunch and supper. It’s already receiving great reviews and is fully booked this week!
Here is a photo of their opening night and a link to their Facebook Page, where you can view their menus.
Contact: 01437 720009 or 07896 251 898
The new lifeboat in St Davids had a trial launch from the new Lifeboat Station at St Justinians this week.
Perfect conditions with a flat sea across to Ramsey Island.
The wild orchids are at their best in June and July, especially on St Davids City Golf Course!
Great news! The Red Bull World Cliff Diving Championships are returning to Abereiddy in 2016 on September 10th and 11th after an absence of two years.
The Blue Lagoon will be the sixth stop in the nine leg series and 5,000 tickets will go on sale in the summer. Be there!
A lovely new 5 * hotel has opened in St Davids, Twr Y Felin Hotel, with 19 en-suite rooms, the ‘Cornel’ Bar and the ‘Blas’ restaurant.
November 21st 2015