There are a number of reasons why our holiday cottages in St Dogmaels are perfect for your next trip to Wales. With each property sleeping upwards of two guests, they are ideal for anyone who is hoping to explore Pembrokeshire â€“ especially by foot! Conveniently located at the start of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, you can spend your days navigating the region by foot before slipping into one of our comfortable properties at night!
Whether you're interested in booking accommodation for a large group of people or maybe just a cosy cottage for two, there is something for everyone in St Dogmaels. What's more is that a large portion of our cottages are suitable for dogs, so your four-legged friend doesn't have to stay behind. Additionally, if you're interested in discovering more about the properties, including which are suited for wheelchairs, either take a look at the key in the sidebar or reach out to our sales team, as they're on hand to offer any advice possible.Â
Guide to St Dogmaels
St Dogmaels is the dream destination for many avid walkers as it is the start of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. However, the village is also situated in a location which makes exploring Pembrokeshire easy! The quaint village is small and tranquil, so is ideal if you're looking to relax while you're on holiday. The remains of Tironian abbey can be found here â€“ a 12th-century monastic institution which is still in use to this day, albeit for slightly different reasons. Throughout the summer, the abbey puts on Shakespearian plays with actors from the local area, which are wonderful if you get the chance to see them. However, even if you're visiting in the colder months it is worth visiting just to take a look at what is left of the structure.
St Dogmaels is also a great place to visit for families, as there is a number of different activities for you to enjoy. Cardigan Bay Active allows you to join in with a host of different things, from kayaking and surfing to coasteering and boat trips. Y Felin Water Mill is also worth a visit, as it is only one of two working water mills in Wales! Make a picnic for you all to enjoy before heading out for the day here before joining one of the guided tours that are on offer in the area.Â