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About St Davids

St Davids, Pembrokeshire

St Davids Pembrokeshire is a beautiful city which is surrounded by some of the finest coastline in the UK and Europe. It’s very popular with artists of all kinds and pilgrims travel regularly to St Davids to visit St Davids Cathedral. St Davids is situated on the south west coast of Wales and is within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The coastal scenery is stunning and the area is know worldwide for its beauty, wildlife and amazing light.

There are many award winning and beautiful beaches with a wide range of popular water sports such as surfing, windsurfing, parasailing and kayaking.

St Davids Cathedral is the main focal point and dates back to the 12th century. In history and today it is a popular pilgrimage destination and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Next to the cathedral are the magnificent ruins of the medieval Bishops Palace. There are daily church services as well as special musical events throughout the year.

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Local Information

St Davids Taxis – contact Frank on 07974 391522

Morgan’s Taxi – contact Mr Wyn Morgan 07788 292976 – 24 hour service

Richard Brothers – 01239 613756
Local Bus Service – St Davids to Haverfordwest to Fishguard

Celtic Coaster
St Davids Peninsula Shuttle Service – Whitesands, St Justinians, The Cathedral

Puffin Shuttle
St Davids  – Milford Haven – St Davids

National Rail:
Haverfordwest to St Davids 16 miles
Fishguard to St Davids 15 miles

National Express Coaches
Coach Station – Haverfordwest

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Things to see and do

St Davids Cathedral
As well as the St Davids Cathedral Festival, many choirs and other ensembles from Pembrokeshire and further afield hold concerts in the Cathedral throughout the year, notably the John S. Davies Singers, the Dyfed Choir and Cantorion Tyddewi.

Voyages of Discovery
Guided marine tours of the inshore and offshore Pembrokeshire Islands. Suitable for all ages and abilities.

TYF Adventure St Davids
The home of coasteering, sea kayaking, surfing and climbing. TYF are the worlds first carbon neutral adventure company. Expert, qualified guides. Half days or full days. Open all year.

Whale and Dolphin Watching
Offshore island voyages including whale and dolphin watching.

Thousand Islands Expeditions
Britain’s foremost adventure boat specialist. Sole landing rights for Ramsey Island, offshore whale and dolphin trips, guided walks and cruises with an RSPB warden to Grassholm and Ramsey Island.

Venture Jet
Wildlife adventures, Ramsey and inshore islands, offshore dolphin and whale watching, specialised jet manoeuvres. No propellers to damage wildlife.

Guided Walks on the Pembrokeshire Coast
Specialising in seals and porpoise. Take part in wildlife monitoring and conservation projects. Design your own guided walk or survey with local expert.

Pembrokeshire Sheepdogs
Sheep dog demonstrations. Enjoy watching sheep dogs being trained for farm work and sheep dog trials. Courses cover all aspects of sheepdog handling, from basic training for farm work to advanced tuition for trials.

Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve
Fine scenery, dramatic views, wildlife typical of an offshore island, Ramsey has its own special magic.

Archaeological and historical tours guided by qualified archaeologists. The tours include our popular day trips that take you to some of the archaeological gems in beautiful Pembrokeshire.

Really Wild Festival St Davids
An annual festival celebrating food and countryside crafts originating from the wild. Chef demonstrations and tastings, local food and crafts, walks and talks … something for everybody!

St Davids Cathedral Festival
For nine days annually in May and June the cathedral is host to a feast of classical music.

Cycle Hire St Davids
TYF are now offering ladies and gents bikes for hire. Each bike has 21 speed Shimano EZ-Fire gears and a Shimano chainwheel. The bikes are well maintained and safety checked after each hire and come with helmets and puncture repair kits. Pop into 1 High Street, St Davids or call 01437 721611.

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Eating Out

St Davids has a good range of restaurants, cafes and pubs offering quality food at prices to suit any budget.

Artramont Arms
Pub – Fish & Chips, Pool Room, Beer Garden, Restaurant and Conservatory. Food served 5pm – 9pm, 7 days.

City Inn St Davids
Good food in a relaxed atmosphere. Located near beaches including White Sands Bay.

The Sampler Coffee Shop
Warm and friendly service amidst collections of Victorian Samplers and memorabilia.

The Shed Quayside Bistro
Views of the fishing harbour and a relaxed, informal fish and chip bistro in the village of Porthgain, Pembrokeshire. Locally caught fish and shellfish, landed daily and served within hours.

Cwtch Restaurant
Fresh local produce, talented chefs and friendly staff provide a relaxed atmosphere. Situated in the heart of St Davids. Featured in the Good Food Guide, Michelen Guide and AA Guide.

Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Restaurant
A popular local hotel restaurant with an excellent reputation for haute cuisine and traditional home cooking. Prepared with local and seasonal produce. Open for lunch and dinner.

The Farmers Arms, St Davids
A traditional pub with an excellent reputation for its food.

St Davids Food and Wine
A delicatessen situated on the high street in St Davids. Everything you’d expect to find in a deli as well as fine Welsh produce such as award winning cheeses to amazing beers from nearby local breweries. Fresh made to order rolls and baguettes are popular with surfers and walkers.

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Contact Trefacwn on 01348 837 797 or email us for more information