Plan Your Visit
St Davids is Britain’s smallest city set in the outstanding landscape of Pembrokeshire with its spectacularly beautiful beaches and coastal paths
It is the final resting place of Saint David, Wales’s patron saint, and the cathedral city is named after him.
The city is packed with independent shops and cafes. The weekly market takes place on Thursdays around Cross Square.
Postcode: SA62 6RD
Car Parking & Blue Badge Parking
Parking is available in the Merrivale, Quickwell Hill (+electric), Oriel y Parc, Twr-y-Felin (+electric) and Pebbles car parks, which all use Ringo services.
Disabled parking close to the Cathedral is very limited and priority will be given to wheelchair users travelling alone. If you require disabled parking please request a parking permit (to be displayed in the car window) when booking tickets. Please email Festival@stdavidscathedral.org.uk and we will endeavour to make full provision.
Please share car journeys when you can. For carbon-sense, for parking access and for festivalling companionship!
We encourage all our visitors to explore our city and especially those businesses who so generously sponsor the Festival.
Where to stay
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Visitor Centre, Oriel y Parc, runs a comprehensive accommodation service for reservations at hotels, guest houses and B&B’s. To avoid disappointment, early booking is advisable.
For further details contact Oriel y Parc or visit: www.stdavidsinfo.org.uk
Where can I eat?
You can book a table in the Refectory in the Cathedral once the Festival programme is open for booking in March.
There are many pubs and cafes and restaurants in St Davids who will be able to provide delicious suppers before or after concerts.