Holiday Cottages St David's

Looking for holiday cottages in St David’s, Pembrokeshire?

Look no further than Netlet UK! We offer a wide range of top-quality holiday cottages located in and around St David’s.

Although some of our cottages are situated on the outskirts of town, they provide a tranquil getaway from the bustle of the city and are just a short drive away.

Our holiday cottages are nestled in some breathtaking locations, making them the perfect starting point for exploring the stunning Welsh countryside, relaxing on sandy beaches, and immersing yourself in the local culture.

We have a selection of beautifully furnished cottages to choose from, ensuring you find the perfect home away from home for your next vacation. Book your stay with us today and experience all that St David’s and the surrounding area have to offer!

Discover the charms of St David's before exploring our holiday cottages

Why St David's should be on your list of places from your holiday cottage!

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An introduction to the city of St David’s

St David’s, Pembrokeshire is the UK’s smallest city, having received City status in 1995, and lies on the River Alun.

You cannot miss the special atmosphere, St. David’s has to offer, with its attractive, narrow streets, filled with gift and antique shops, coffee shops, restaurants, galleries, and public houses. 

No day is the same, and with so much to do, visiting St. David’s and learning of its unique history is truly an experience, not to be forgotten.

St David’s Cathedral

St. David’s Cathedral is a popular tourist attraction, bringing in over 300,000 visitors per year.  Built upon the site of earlier religious buildings, St. David’s Cathedral has been a place of worship for over 800 years and is one of Wales’s most iconic religious sites. 

Breath-taking in its beauty, St. David’s Cathedral is constructed from dusky purple sandstone, with its current appearance mostly influenced by Bishop Gower, during the 14th Century, and later, architect Sir George Gilbert Scott, who during the 19th Century undertook a restoration of the building. 

St. David’s Cathedral is the resting place of St. David, the patron saint of Wales, who is celebrated every year on March 1st, with parades, concerts and eisteddfodau, festivals of music, language, and culture. St. David – ‘Be joyful, keep the faith and do the little things…’

St David's Cathedral

The Bishop’s Palace, St David’s

The ruins of the Bishop’s Palace are situated on the opposite bank of the river, from where St. David’s cathedral is located.  This magnificent, medieval palace, created by Henry de Gower between 1328 and 1347 is steeped in history and culture, and is still awe-inspiring to this day.

St Non’s Chapel, St David’s

Said to be the birthplace of St. David, patron saint of Wales, little remains of St. Non’s Chapel.  Named after St. David’s mother, this small rectangular chapel, known for its spiritual history, and is a place of pilgrimage to many.  Overlooking St. Non’s Bay, along the beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the views from St. Non’s Chapel are stunning, and something not to be missed.

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Island View holiday cottage in St David’s

Island View offers breathtaking views of the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline, making it the perfect place for a peaceful getaway. With its comfortable and tastefully decorated interior, guests can relax and unwind in style. 

The cottage features a fully-equipped kitchen, cosy living room, and two comfortable bedrooms, as well as a private outdoor seating area perfect for enjoying a morning coffee or evening glass of wine.

 Located just a short drive from the bustling town of St. David’s and the charming village of Solva, Island View is an ideal base for exploring all that this beautiful area has to offer.

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Y Llofft Wair holiday cottage by St David’s

Y Llofft Wair is a stylish one-bedroom cottage located in the heart of the charming village of Solva. 

The cottage features a spacious open-plan living area with a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a comfortable seating area. 

The bedroom has a king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom. The cottage is ideally situated for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and is just a short walk from the picturesque harbour and stunning coastline.

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cosy holiday cottage by St David's West Wales

Hafan Hedd holiday cottage by St David’s

Hafan Hedd Cottage is a delightful two-bedroom cottage located in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside. 

The cottage features a cosy living room with a wood-burning stove, a fully equipped kitchen, and a dining area. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with twin beds. 

The cottage also boasts a lovely garden with stunning views of the countryside and a peaceful patio area.

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Carreg Las Barn with easy access to St David’s

Carreg Las Barn is a spacious three-bedroom barn conversion located in the charming village of Brimaston. 

The barn features a large open-plan living area with a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a comfortable seating area. 

The three bedrooms consist of a double, a twin, and a single room. The barn also boasts a lovely garden with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

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countryside holiday cottage by St David's

Stone Hall Mill Cottage in reaching distance of St David’s

Stone Hall Mill Cottage is a charming two-bedroom cottage located in the peaceful village of Welsh Hook. 

The cottage features a cosy living room with a wood-burning stove, a well-equipped kitchen, and a dining area. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with twin beds. 

The cottage also boasts a lovely garden with stunning views of the countryside and a peaceful patio area.

1 Lambston Cottage in reaching distance of St David’s

This is a delightful two-bedroom cottage located just outside the town of Haverfordwest. 

The cottage features a comfortable living room with a wood-burning stove, a well-equipped kitchen, and a dining area. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with twin beds. 

The cottage is ideally situated for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the surrounding countryside.

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Other great visits from your holiday cottage in St David’s

Within the National Park Information Centre, the Oriel y Parc Gallery exhibits art and artefacts from the collection of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales.  A must for any Art lovers or enthusiasts.

The blue-green waters of the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy, St. David’s, is a popular with tourists, sports enthusiasts, adventurers, and travellers alike.  The Blue Lagoon is a 25-metre-deep pool, known for its gorgeous scenery, as well as coasteering tours, tombstoning, and kayaking.

Boat Trips to Ramsay Island, Grassholm Island and Skomer Island are a must, when visiting this beautiful city.  Boat trips leave from the RNLI Lifeboat Station at St. Justinians, between April and October.

Ramsey Island comprises 640 acres and is currently owned and run by the RSPB as a bird reserve. The RSPB bought the island due to its importance as a breeding site for endangered species, such as the chough and peregrine.  Ramsey Island is also home to one of the UK’s largest Atlantic Grey Seal colonies, with hundreds of seal pups born between August and October, each year.  You can expect to see a range of wildlife, from Porpoise, birds and beautiful sea caves and rock gorges.

Grassholm Island is a small uninhabited island situated off the southwestern Pembrokeshire, lying west of Skomer.  Home to 37,000 breeding Gannets, and if you are lucky enough, you may even catch a glimpse of Porpoises and Dolphins.

Skomer Island is the largest of the Pembrokeshire Islands, separated from the mainland by treacherous waters with hidden rocks, reefs and very strong tidal currents.  Skomer Island is famed for its wildlife, so keep an eye out for puffins and razorbills. You will also spot grey seals amongst the waves and in the caves.

VOYAGES OF DISCOVERY:  https://www.ramseyisland.co.uk/

THOUSAND ISLAND EXPEDITIONS:  https://thousandislands.co.uk/

Walks in and around St David’s

The Peninsula Circular Walk

The Peninsula Circular Walk is a breathtaking trail that takes you around the stunning Pembrokeshire coast in Wales. This 12-mile walk offers stunning views of the coast, wildlife, and geological features that make it a must-do for any avid walker.

The walk starts and finishes in the charming city of St David’s, and takes you through some of the most beautiful parts of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It’s a moderately difficult walk that requires a reasonable level of fitness, but the scenery is well worth the effort.

The route takes you through a variety of landscapes, including rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, and wildflower meadows. Along the way, you’ll see plenty of wildlife, including puffins, dolphins, and seals. You’ll also pass by some of the area’s most famous landmarks, such as St Non’s Chapel, the Blue Lagoon, and the dramatic rocky outcrop of Pen Dal-aderyn.

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One of the highlights of the walk is the chance to see the famous Ramsey Island, a nature reserve that’s home to thousands of seabirds, including puffins, razorbills, and guillemots. The island is also a breeding ground for Atlantic grey seals, and you’ll likely see some of these fascinating creatures basking on the rocks.

The Peninsula Circular Walk is well-signposted, so it’s easy to follow. There are also plenty of places to stop along the way, including cafes, pubs, and picnic spots. If you’re looking for a challenge, there are several steep climbs along the route that will test your stamina.

Overall, the Peninsula Circular Walk is a fantastic way to experience the beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast. Whether you’re an experienced walker or a casual hiker, this trail is sure to leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.

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The perfect day trip from your Holiday Cottage in St David’s!

Shorter walks (part/sub sections of the Peninsula Circular Walk)

Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast with the St. David’s Head Half Day + Walk. This 6-mile trail takes you on a journey of stunning scenery and rich history. Starting in the charming city of St. David’s, you’ll follow the coast path along the rugged cliffs and sandy beaches. The trail takes you to the dramatic Pen Dal-aderyn rock formation and then up to the top of St. David’s Head for a breathtaking panoramic view of the coast. This walk requires a moderate level of fitness, but the rewards are well worth the effort. With plenty of wildlife, historical landmarks, and stunning views, the St. David’s Head Half Day+ Walk is a must-do for any avid walker.

If you’re looking for a taste of the stunning scenery around St. David’s Head but don’t have a full day to spare, the St. David’s Head Short Walk is the perfect solution. This 2-mile trail takes you through some of the most picturesque parts of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Starting in St. Justinian’s, you’ll follow the coast path along the stunning cliffs and sandy beaches, passing by the Blue Lagoon and the dramatic Pen Dal-aderyn rock formation. The trail then takes you to the top of St. David’s Head, where you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the coast. This walk is suitable for all ages and abilities, and with plenty of wildlife and stunning views along the way, it’s a perfect way to experience the beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast in a short amount of time.

other walks near our holiday cottages in St David's
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Other walks around St David’s, aside from the Peninsula Circular Walk

Explore the rich history and stunning scenery of St. David’s with the St. David’s, Meidr Dwyll Short Walk. This easy 1.5-mile trail takes you on a journey through the heart of the city, where you’ll discover the hidden gems and fascinating stories behind St. David’s historic buildings and landmarks. You’ll pass by the striking St. David’s Cathedral, the Bishop’s Palace, and the ruins of the ancient chapel of St. Non. Along the way, you’ll also be treated to breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and coastline. This walk is suitable for all ages and abilities, making it a perfect way to experience the beauty and history of St. David’s.

Experience the charm and beauty of St. David’s with the St. David’s City Short Walk. This 2-mile trail takes you through the heart of the city, where you’ll discover the fascinating history and vibrant culture of this ancient city. Starting at the stunning St. David’s Cathedral, the trail takes you through the winding streets and alleys, passing by charming shops and cafes, and historical landmarks such as the Bishop’s Palace and the ruins of the ancient chapel of St. Non. Along the way, you’ll also be treated to stunning views of the surrounding countryside and coastline. This walk is suitable for all ages and abilities and is a perfect way to explore the unique character and beauty of St. David’s.

Please CLICK HERE to plan your route and discover full, detailed walks around Pembrokeshire.

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Check out these top places to eat!

The Really Wild Emporium is a little bit of everything.  The menus change week by week, and produce is fresh, local and wild, from local Pembrokeshire producers.  With a menu including seafood, British and Welsh cuisine, Vegetarian and Vegan, it really is a must to visit in St. David’s.

What makes The Really Wild Emporium stand out? Well, it is not just a restaurant, you can book into one of their foraging classes, to keep the kids (and yourselves) entertained, walking along the Pembrokeshire Coast, or down the estuary of the River Cleddau.

Really Wild Emporium near holiday cottage in St David's

If this is not enough, The Really Wild Emporium also have a shop where you can purchase ethically conscious soaps, skincare items and gifts, including a Vegan selection. 

Grain near holiday cottage in St David's

With its award-winning Pembrokeshire beer, and its tasty stone baked pizzas, why not pop in and try the wonderful food and atmosphere, on offer at The Grain

Offering live music and pub quizzes on certain evenings, how could The Grain not be on your places to visit, whilst visiting the beauty that is St. David’s.

Check out their Facebook page for regular updates of events, taking place.

Losh’s Pasties offer traditional pasties, perfect stop for lunch on the go, or dinner after a long day walking around all that St. David has to offer.

With so many pasties to choose from, how can you not pay Losh’s a visit on your travels?

Losh's Pasties near holiday cottage in St David's
The Bench Ice Cream Parlour near holiday cottage in St David's

The Bench Ice Cream Parlour is a must, when touring St. David’s.  With its range of flavours, homemade gelato, and some rave reviews, the kids (and let’s be honest, you!) will love this pit-stop! Gianni uses local organic milk, to produce his famous ice cream for locals and tourists, alike! You can in fact, buy your ice cream and walk down the road to meet (and thank!) the cows that produced the milk for your fabulous treat!… An added bonus, if you are on holiday with your favourite four-legged friend, they even offer ‘Ice Cream for Dogs’

Another one of St David’s favourites is St David’s Gin & Kitchen. Serving yummy food & they sell locally sourced alcohol, which is made in St David’s distillery. Cater for all allergens.

Phone number: 01437 720404

St David's gin and kitchen
The Bishops near holiday cottage in St David's

Public House/Restaurant in the Heart of St. David’s, on the Cross Square.  Named after a group of rocks, positioned west of Ramsey Island, off St. David’s Head, The Bishops provide high quality food, within a welcoming and family-friendly environment.  And, if you are lucky enough, pop in on one of their live music nights!

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Attractions and holiday cottages for your perfect getaway

Netlet UK offers top-quality holiday cottages in and around St David’s, Pembrokeshire, making them the perfect starting point for exploring the stunning Welsh countryside, relaxing on sandy beaches, and immersing yourself in the local culture. With a selection of beautifully furnished cottages, guests are sure to find the perfect home away from home for their next vacation. The tranquil surroundings of some of our cottages provide a peaceful getaway from the bustle of the city, yet are just a short drive from the town centre. Book your stay with us today and experience all that St David’s and the surrounding area have to offer, including the Oriel y Parc Gallery, the Blue Lagoon, and Island Boat Trips.

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