Find Your Ideal B and B in St Davids
St Davids is the smallest city in the UK named after the patron saint of Wales. The history of the town dates back to the 5th century when St David resided there. It became a designated conservation area in 1972 and some of the most stunning countryside in the county. The cathedral in the city dates back to the 12th century and was attacked by Vikings in the past due to its coastal location. Next to the cathedral is The Bishops Palace which is well worth a visit. If you enjoy walking you can explore the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and follow the coastal path to Carfari Bay. You can also go on a boat trip and go whale and dolphin watching. If you are looking for places to eat you will find a great choice of restaurants including The Grove, The Farmers Arms and St Davids Kitchen. There are also a number of traditional pubs, cafes, tea rooms and even a fish and chip shop. If you enjoy shopping there are plenty of independents shops and boutiques.
We have a great selection of places to stay at The B and B Directory so you won’t be disappointed. They have been carefully selected to suit a wide range of needs and requirements. We can guarantee you will get the cheapest rates as you will be dealing with the owners directly. We are sure you will enjoy your stay at a B and B in St Davids.