Climbing cliffs, jumping off them and playing about in the surf is all well and good, but it is reassuring to feel that you have somewhere to come to relax, refuel and re-live some of the memories that you have made. 

St. Davids offers a wide ranging choice of venues to suit different size groups and budgets. Our preferred sites are listed below, however, if you already have somewhere else in mind then let us know and we’ll arrange the activity logistics around it. TYF will work with you to find the best site for your group and can book your accommodation and catering. If you prefer, you can contact the providers directly.


Twr y Felin Hotel, St. Davids

Our former adventure hotel, has been meticulously restored and extended into a luxury art hotel. The original windmill tower remains, with spectacular 360 degree views of the St Davids Peninsula. A short walk to the heart of St Davids and our adventure base, it is a fabulous place to relax.

The Old Cross, St. Davids

St Davids Cross HotelRight in the centre of St Davids opposite the cross square. Their facilities include en-suite accommodation, a fully licensed restaurant and bar and plenty of parking for residents. 

Penrhiw, St. Davids

A gorgeous luxury hotel, set within exclusive grounds, minutes from St Davids Cathedral and the beaches of the Pembrokeshire coast. A beautiful wooded walk away from TYF HQ.

The Grove, Narbeth

This privately owned luxury country house hotel is nestled in the heart of the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside with stunning views of the Preseli Hills. At the Grove you can be assured of a warm Welsh welcome and a truly relaxing stay in real luxury combined with great passion about food and drink.

Llys Meddyg, Newport

This fabulous boutique hotel is nestled under Carningli (Mountain of the Angels), on the Nevern estuary. They serve the finest food made from locally-sourced ingredients in the Dining Room or Cellar Bar, with log fires, down duvets and Welsh woolly blankets in luxury accommodation

Druidstone Hotel, Nolton

The Druidstone stands at the sea's edge atop St.Brides Bay in 20 acres of grounds , on the coastal path within the wild Pembrokeshire National Park, with stunning views & spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean, above the safe & sweeping sandy Druidston Beach.


Bluestone National Park Resort

These open plan lodges and cosy cottages are beautifully decorated with local art, expansive kitchens and bathrooms, and large, soft beds made with crisp cotton. With larger lodges, onsite spa, indoor adventure centre and water park Bluestone resort is perfect for larger groups or multiple families.


Bryn Awel, St. Davids

A super cosy 4star BnB in the centre of St Davids, walking distance to our adventure office and all of St David’s finest drinking and eating establishments. Owners Pete and Jane are great fun and will ensure your stay is as relaxing or as energetic as you need it to be.

Newgale Lodge, Newgale

Formerly a farmhouse, Caldey House has been lovingly converted into Bed & Breakfast accommodation, with the choice of double, twin or triple en-suite rooms. Located in its own secluded grounds, with no near neighbours and surrounded by open countryside.

The Waterings, St. Davids

The Waterings B&B offer luxury accommodation in tranquil, landscaped grounds, with ample private off-road parking.Just a short walk away from St Davids Centre and its historic Cathedral.

Holiday Cottages

Ty Gwilym Holiday Cottages

Ty Gwilym Holiday Cottages are set in the heart of St Davids, very close to the Cathedral, restaurants and shops and yet, within a few minutes of the coastal path and the 'Blue Flag' beach at Whitesands Bay. 

Coastal Cottages, Pembrokeshire

With live availability for hundreds of Pembrokeshire cottages, the West Wales Holiday Cottages website makes it easy to find and book your ideal holiday cottage online direct with the owners. cosy cottages for 2 to fantastic family friendly and dog friendly cottages, some with an on-site pool or a hot tub.

FBM Holidays

Established for over 100 years, FBM Holidays have over 500 hand-picked holiday cottages, sea view apartments, countryside lodges, and large group houses to rent in Pembrokeshire and West Wales.

Quality Cottages

Quality Cottages have an extensive choice of Cottages to rent throughout Wales from large holiday cottages, log cabins, or cottages by lakes. They are a family business with genuine knowledge of the properties available in the area.

West Wales Holiday Cottages

Pembrokeshire cottages provide a huge range of self catering holiday accommodation. All holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire lie within easy reach of some of the 170 miles of beautiful coastline.

Holiday Cottages offers a choice of over 1,000 quality self-catering holiday homes across St Davids, Pembrokeshire, and West Wales. From sea view apartments to rural escapes, cosy cottages for two or manor houses for more, there is something to suit everyone.

Group Accommodation

Celtic Camping, St. Davids

Located just a few miles north east of St David’s on the 250 acre National Trust farm of Pwll Caerog, Celtic Camping is fantastic for individuals, families, small groups and large groups alike as the various bunk houses can sleep groups up to 300, with separate staff rooms.

St. Davids Bunk Barns, St. Davids

With a capacity for 134, homecooked meals and modern facilities the Bunk Barns is the perfect location for your residential and located just a stones throw from the beautiful Caerfai and Caerbwdi beaches. 

Newgale Lodge, Newgale

Sleeping up to 45 guests in 11 en-suite bedrooms and located just 5-minutes Newgale Beach. Benefit from exclusive use of the whole site for your school. The lodge is finished to a high standard with excellent food, a games room, and plenty of outdoor space for activities.

The Court House St. Davids

Ideal for small groups wanting to take advantage of it's city centre location. Maximum capacity is 23 people and is very cosy when it’s full. Bunk style accommodation.Self catering facilities, small kitchen, small living room and an airy sitting room.

Caerhafod Lodge, Llanrhian

Situated 6 miles north east of St David’, Caerhafod Lodge has 5 en-suite rooms, 3 of which are 4 bedded, one 5 bedded and one 6 bedded, making a total of 23 beds.There’s enough space outside for BBQ’s and running about.TYF can contract caterers to come in and cook your meals if required

Broadhaven YHA, Broadhaven

Spacious and modern with lots of social space.Minutes from the beach, the park and the school field, but 30 minutes drive south of TYF in St Davids.Can sleep up to 80 people. The rooms are made up of 7 bed rooms, 5 beds, 4 beds and 2 beds.

St. Davids YHA, Whitesands

Freshly renovated in 2017, this 31 bed hostel (35 including doubles) has a new self-catering kitchen and cosy lounge with a woodburner and there is new furniture throughout. There are shared bathroom facilities for all of the rooms. 


Ty Parke Camping & Yurts, Mathry

What makes Ty Parke a bit different from many other campsites is that they only ever take a maximum of 10 camping bookings (plus three yurt bookings) at a time, on a site that could easily accommodate one hundred or more tents. And because you need to be pre-booked to stay, it makes for a very friendly, personal and safe holiday environment.

Trellyn Woodland Camping, Abercastle

Set in 16 acres of an 80 acre farm, just yards from the harbour of Abercastle. Kevin and Claire are amazing hosts and offer camping, yurts, tipi’s and domes. 15 minutes North of St Davids in Abercastle. Magical sauna in the woods.

Into The Sticks, Letterston

Explore, Relax, Play and Learn – track otters, climb trees, listen to birdsong, enjoy campfires and world class dark skies. Camp in a tranquil sheltered river valley near the Pembrokeshire Coast surrounded by trees and wildlife with organised group activities and feasts on site. Forget retreats – advance Into The Sticks and get inspired.

Llanungar Fach Campsite, Solva

A stone’s throw from the Pembrokeshire National Park coastal path and the small cove of Porth-y-Rhaw. Solva is within easy walking distance, whether you want to walk through the farm to the local grocery shop, newsagent and post office (a 10 minute walk), or take the coastal path to Solva harbour and the restaurants, shops and pubs which line the street of Lower Solva.