“I will remember, darling, I've been mellow and tender, I've seen water by the cathedral, under the maple.” K. A. Zeidel.
With spectacular views of one of the great historic shrines of Christendom: St. David’s Cathedral; this wild, breathtaking region is home to the family-owned Cathedral Villas. With options for Dinner, Bed & Breakfast, as well as full board, all three very well sized, en-suite rooms are available with Cathedral views, and are situated over the road from the restaurant and bar. St. David’s is the UK’s smallest city, dating back to the 6th Century, the famous cathedral was built on the actual site of the monastery founded by St. David himself - the patron Saint of Wales. When you arrive expect a warm, Welsh welcome that is reflected throughout this friendly establishment.
It’s believed that viewing pieces of art boosts creativity, subconsciously propelling children to think outside the box and widening their horizons. Which means a visit to the environmentally friendly;
St. David’s Gin & Kitchen has been created purely from a deep passion for the St. Davids Peninsula, community, environment and locally grown food. The highly attractive peninsula has been a cultural hotspot for thousands
Good advice indeed, and after a little retail therapy in the UK’s smallest city; St. David’s in Haverfordwest, nothing beats a sizzling slice of sensational pizza, and a cold glass of Award-Winning Pembrokeshire craft beer