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889 amazing holiday rentals from 34 holiday letting websites are listed in Saint Davids with prices beginning at £36 per night. With HomeToGo you can instantaneously compare the prices of each property from various holiday letting websites to find the best price and save up to 63%.
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Price and Availability Index in Saint Davids
Holiday Letting Price Information in St David's
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in St David's. Saint Davids is more expensive in July (20/07 - 27/07), where prices are on average £122 a night. Prices decrease in December to an average of £73 per night (01/12 - 08/12).
Holiday Home Availability Information in St David's
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in St David's. So far, the week with the least available rentals in St David's is in December (22/12 - 29/12). Conversely, 82% of the lettings are still available during a week in October (12/10 - 19/10).
A holiday letting in St David's, Britain's smallest city
With Pembrokeshire Coast National Park as part of its coastline, St David's has attracted artists, surfers, pilgrims, and travellers for years. See what the fuss is about with a St David's cottage.
Traditional pub grub and more
St David's culinary scene covers it all, from modern fine dining establishments to beautiful old gastropubs. The Farmers Arms is a traditional pub full of character, featuring a cosy space called the Glue Pot where locals gather for their daily banter. Try their fresh battered fish, scampi, and beers on tap.
St David's Kitchen, near the cathedral, is regaled for its melt-in-your-mouth steak preparations, vegetarian mains, and British cuisine served with attention and professionalism. Gianni's Ice Cream takes care of those sugar cravings – its sorbets and cappuccino, death by chocolate, and raspberry dodge ice cream wait to be devoured.
A culture town
The town centre houses important historical landmarks, such as the 14th-century Tower Gate and Celtic Old Cross. The final resting place of Wales's patron saint, St David, is pink and grey St David's Cathedral. Grab a coffee at the in-house Refectory Café.
Right opposite is the spectacular ruin of Bishops Palace, a testament to the wealth and power of the church. Catch an event here if possible. Finally, check out St Davids Lifeboat Station, which showcases the bravery of lifeboatsmen through its interesting displays.
St David's is an ideal base for scuba diving, kayaking, and swimming. A nature exploration boat tour is a great way to explore the Welsh coastline. You could also join a guided nature work with a local expert who'll explain it all, from seal and porpoise behaviour to the region's coastal flora.
Take the boat down to Ramsey Island, an RSPB reserve known for its migratory and nesting birds. Hikers will love the scenic Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which runs along the coastline of the national park.
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