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Court House, 20 Cross Square, St. Davids,
Pembrokeshire, SA62 6SE

This unique and rugged corner of Wales has its own very special qualities and beauty.

St. Davids, Britain’s smallest city, was once the medieval centre of Celtic Christianity. Its great Cathedral and the ruins of the Bishop’s Palace bear testimony to its importance in an age when two pilgrimages to St. Davids equalled one to Rome. Surrounded on three sides by water – and some of the country’s finest beaches and most exhilarating coastal walks and views – no visitor is ever short of things to do, see or delight in.

Court House is situated in the heart of St. Davids. It can be reached by road or by public transport – Fishguard and Haverfordwest are the closest train stations with regular, local bus connections running from both to the centre of St. Davids.