St Davids Holiday Cottages 5*

Welcome to St Davids Holiday Cottages. If you are looking for a relaxing break away, get a taste of the unspoilt beauty of Pembrokeshire

The cottages Ty Draw and Glowty are imaginative and successful conversions from barn and cowshed, offering luxurious, spacious and tranquil accommodation in a stunning location, making the most of the uninterrupted views. The perfect getaway/retreat to which many visitors return year after year.

Set in 20 acres, the cottages have access to the Coastal Path (5 minute walk through own fields), and the most spectacular panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean; Strumble Head; the Preseli Hills; Milford Haven; St Brides Bay; Skomer Island; Ramsey Island; and St David’s Head.

The cottages are at the end of a lane in the small hamlet of Treleddyd Fawr, which has just 12 houses. Situated on St David’s Peninsula (in the UK’s only Coastal National Park), the area has a mild climate warmed by the Gulf Stream, and is an ideal holiday destination which can be enjoyed all the year round. This is an area steeped in magic, myth, history, castles and ancient monuments. In spring it is covered with a carpet of wild flowers and remains tranquil even in the height of summer. Autumn brings the seal pups which can be seen in the bays accessed from coastal path via the fields behind the cottages, whilst a mild winter climate offers wide, empty beaches. With spectacular sunsets and scant light pollution, you can enjoy the night sky in all its magnificence. Gorse in bloom from April signals the swallows arrival.

The cottages provide an ideal base for a relaxing retreat or a full-on activity holiday, whether you choose walking; bird watching; cycling; fishing; golfing; coasteering; surfing; or just to cosy up with a Welsh woollen blanket and a good book. This is a place where you can enjoy the best in sandy beaches; craggy coves; rock pools; breathtaking views and an amazing array of work by local artists as well as the culinary delights of Pembrokeshire.

St Davids, with its 12th century cathedral and Bishops Palace, is 1.7 miles away. It has a large National Parks Tourist Information centre, art galleries, craft shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes as well as Post Office, supermarket, chemist, fishing tackle and clothes shops.

General Facilities

  • Disabled Access
  • Dogs
  • En-suite
  • Ground Floor Accommodation
  • Off Road Parking
  • Wi-Fi


£200 Winning Photograph
by Mohamed from Neyland.