Pembrokeshire is famous for its stunning coastline. St. Davids peninsula has award winning beaches for everyone whether you want to surf, sail, kiteboard, and kayak or just build sand castles and explore the rock pools. Coastal bus services run in the summer months.
Walkers can enjoy the marvellous cliff top walks along the Pembrokeshire Park Coastal Path or bird watch on the nearby Ramsey Island R.S.P.B. Nature Reserve.
St.Davids Cathedral is only a short distance from the cottages. There are regular services and in the summer outdoor plays are performed in the ruins of the Bishop’s Palace.
Oriel-y-Parc is the new Pembrokeshire Landscape Gallery situated in St Davids and exhibits some of Graham Sutherlands paintings.
Restaurants: Because of their location, the cottages are well placed for all the excellent restaurants in St.Davids. Saffrons Indian restaurant is in the same street and we can also recommend the Refectory, The Bishops, Bench, St Davids Cross Hotel, St Davids Kitchen, The Cwtch, Oriel y Parc, The Grove Hotel and The Farmer’s Arms. There is something for everyone’s taste!
Coasteering is a spectacular sport and can be organized by Twr-y-Felin Adventure Sports/Activities(St.Davids Based).
If you sail visitor’s moorings can be available at the local harbours.
If the seaside isn’t for you, St.Davids has a golf links course and there is horse riding and cycle hire.