St. Davids is is a designated Conservation area within the Pembrokshire National Park and as such is surrounded by stunning coastline and and countryside. The area is very popular with walkers and there are wonderful walks in every direction from St. Davids, particularly along the coastal path. The town itself is dominated by the beautiful cathedral of St. Davids. There are some lovely holiday cottages in St Davids, in around the city that welcome family and friends all year round.
Stay in this large family-friendly Holiday Cottage in West Wales that sleeps 11. Also a pet-friendly cottage, it lies in the peaceful, secluded rural hamlet of Rhodiad y Brenin near St David’s and is set in an enclosed grassy area, full of rural character.
Ty Gwilym Holiday Cottages are set in the heart of St Davids with three cottages for up to 2, 4 or 6. They are very close to the Cathedral and shops and within ten minutes of both the coastal path and beaches at Whitesand Bay and Caerfai Bay.
St. Davids is the smallest city in the United Kingdom and named after St. David the patron saint of Wales, who built his church in the town which became the Cathedral. St. Davids Cathedral attracts visitors for miles around and the medieval ruins of the Bishops Palace is even more spectacular but unfortunately much of the ancient building was destroyed by Vikings who regularly sacked the town. Vikings have long since departed to leave a peaceful little city offering some delightful holiday cottages.