The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Conveniently situated in St Davids, the Cross is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with food served in the comfortable bar lounge. Dogs are welcome in the garden, bar and lounge area and highchairs are available for children.
A small rocky cove at high tide which becomes a lovely sandy beach when the tide is out, great for rock pooling and beach games. Parking is free at the top of the cove and the footpath down is steep and winding. Check the tide times before you visit, there is no lifeguard cover and care should be taken as there are strong currents in the sea.
Park in Whitesands beach car park and discover the delights of St David's Head. This is a moderate walk of just over an hour with spectacular views and rocky outcrops. Dogs are welcome on leads. Follow the link to the walk details courtesy of our friends at the National Trust.
Welcome to the smallest city in the United Kingdom! It may be small but St Davids is situated within the Pembrokeshire National Park and enjoys some stunning scenery alongside a magnificent cathedral. With narrow streets complete with cafes, restaurants and galleries, it's definitely a place to visit.
Open year round, apart from Christmas Day, call in for seasonal Welsh dishes and fresh local fish alongside a warm welcome for all the family. At the weekend you'll often find local bands playing live music.
A traditional pub, open year round but only serving food from April to September. The pubs two rooms offer a dining area and then the "glue pot" is where locals gather. An open fire in winter keeps everyone toasty! There's a pool table, darts and outside patio for warmer months.
Wander down through the Pebbles to the Cathedral and admire the view. St Davids Cathedral, both a historical monument as well as a place of worship, was built in 1181 and has weathered the centuries with varying fortunes. Visit the refectory in the newly restored cloisters for coffee or a meal and take time to enjoy the history and atmosphere of this very special place.
Here's a great opportunity to explore a medieval palace, complete with its own exhibition and gift shop. Check out their website for opening times throughout the year.
This lovely deli is conveniently situated on the High Street and offers a wide selection of whole foods, wines, beer and lots of produce from Welsh providers. Renowned for its sandwiches and baguettes, stock up on picnic items here before heading out for the day.
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