St Davids cottage holidays Holiday rentals - country and coastal cottage to rent in St Davids

St Davids sits on the River Alun in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in West Wales. It is the smallest city in Britain with a population of just over 1,600. However, during the holiday season, this quintessential retreat, just 1 mile from the beach, gets swamped with tourists who come from across the UK attracted by the stunning beaches, boutique shops and the scenic Pembrokeshire coast.

There are many islands off the coast to explore and you can take boat trips to Ramsey Island, Grassholm, Skomer, Cardigan Island, and Cemaes Head. With sea caves to explore and the notorious “Bitches reef” that has many many a shipwreck, the day trips from your St Davids cottage are packed with fun and adventure for all the family.

At a glance...
Restaurants 5+
Boats trips to the islands
Fabulous beaches
Water sports
Coastal walks
Family friendly
Local airport Cardiff (88 miles)
Nearest train station Haverfordwest (16 miles)

Things to see and do in St Davids

From your St Davids cottage, there is so much to see and do without travelling far. From the medieval castles towards Swansea to the fabulous beach and countryside of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, there is always something new to discover.

A few suggestions...
St Davids Cathedral
Day trip the popular beach resort of Tenby (28 miles)
Explore the magnificent ruins of the medieval Bishops Palace
Take a boat trip to see the Nature Reserve on Ramsey Island
Day trip to explore the vibrant city of Swansea and its bustling bay
See the 13th century Tower Gate and the Celtic Old Cross
Spend a day on one of the stunning Cardigan Bay beaches (30 miles)
tenby beach and marina

Our view on cottage holidays in St Davids

Sitting in an area of incredible beauty within the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, renting a cottage in St Davids is ideal for families, friends and groups as it provides the space, freedom and flexibility to do what you want, when you want - home from home.