The Waterings B&B
Situated in a quiet location, close to the new National Park Visitor Centre, the Waterings is a short walk from the city centre and its 800-year-old Cathedral. The Waterings offers unsurpassed accommodation in peaceful landscaped grounds.
On offer are spacious well-appointed ground level en suite rooms with bath and overhead shower. All Guest rooms have TV and beverage facilities and have they're own lounge's where you can sit and relax after your days excursions.
Other amenities include a croquet lawn, water garden, picnic area and ample private parking.
We are a highly rated 4 star B&B with both Visit Wales and the AA. Over the Years we have featured in numerous guides including the AA's Best B&B guide, the Michelin Guide, Country Livings Guide to rural Wales & the Hidden places of Wales.
A warm welcome awaits you with William & Lottie Chant, your hosts are happy to help and advise during your stay so that you can get the most out of your holiday. Should your interests be adventurous or not, William and Lottie have experienced most of what the locality has to offer. Activities for the adventurous include boat trips, canoeing, surfing, rock climbing and abseiling.
St Davids, smallest City in Britain, is the gem of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Birthplace of David, patron saint of Wales, it is set in an area steeped in history with a magnificent coastline. Secluded beaches, coastal walks, wildlife and bird watching, are there to be enjoyed.
The historic, world famous St Davidís Cathedral embraces a lively cultural scene, including the annual St David's Cathedral Music Festival.
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This page was last updated: 05 October 2010