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Things to do

You will find a blue file of publicity leaflets in the house. We do however recommend the following as well worth a visit in addition to the fabulous coastal walks throughout the entire peninsular.

St David’s

The smallest city in Britain both charming, historic and full of shops,
St David’s Cathedral and ruined Bishops Palace.
9 hole links golf course with spectacular views over Whitesands Bay.
Bird watching boat trips with a professional ornithologist to Skomer Island to see puffins in enormous numbers, gannets and dolphins.
Voyages of Discovery, 1 High St, St Davids, Tel: 01437 721911


Charming fishing village. 2 hour walk from Bryn-y- Mor by cliff path with pubs, cafes and shops.


Superb medieval castle. There are fine beaches all along the coast in both directions.

For the more adventurous:

Coastal adventures:
Boat trips from St Davids.
Canoeing, sailing, coasteering for adults and older children from the Twr-y- felin Adventure Centre – St Davids.
Cliffs and caving boat trips from Solva.

Eating Out

St David’s:

1 High Street, St Davids (; 01437 454321)

Whitesands Beach House
Whitesands, St Davids (01437 720068)

Peter’s Plaice
2 High Street, St Davids (01437 720542)


The Cambrian Inn
6 Main Street, Solva (; 01437 721210)


The Shed, for fish – superb!


Swan Inn  – good menu, good food.


Druidstone House Hotel – good food, fun.

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