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St Davids 

St Davids - Ty Sara

Sleeps 44 Star Rating Enclosed Garden/Patio Internet Access No Smoking Short Walk to Coast

Ty Sara

  • Centrally located in St Davids
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Distant sea views
  • Available all year
  • Short breaks out of season
  • Sorry No Pets
  • Friday arrival

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Over one hundred years old Ty Sara is an attractive terraced cottage, built in local stone, situated in a quiet street close to the centre of St Davids. It has been recently renovated and refurbished to provide high standard, comfortable and spacious self catering accommodation. The cottage has all modern conveniences for guests but has retained its original charm and is homely and comfortable. With both full gas central heating and a living flame gas fire for the chillier days and bi-fold patio doors at the back of the house opening out onto decking for the summer the cottage really is perfect all year round. Centrally located in St Davids, Ty Sara is just a short walk from the Cathedral, shops, pubs, restaurants and art galleries. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path passes close by, and a variety of beaches and other attractions are easily reached by car or bus.


Birthplace of St David and sitting on the very tip of southwest Wales, St Davids is the smallest city in Britain. Boasting a fascinating history this tiny historic city, really no more than a large village, is considered by some as perhaps the very beating heart of Pembrokeshire, Britain’s only coastal national park. Rated by National Geographic magazine experts as the second best coastline in the world with 186 miles of magnificent unspoilt coastline with stunning views, rolling countryside and taking in over 50 beaches.

Only a couple of minutes’ walk from the “city” centre, tucked away in the sheltered Alun Valley, is the magnificent 12th century St Davids Cathedral made from the beautiful local purple stone. On the opposite bank of the River Alun, which meets the sea a mile away at the picturesque harbour of Porthclais, are the medieval ruins of Bishops Palace.

St Davids is an artist’s paradise with its own unique charm. With a host of galleries showcasing paintings, ceramics, glass, tapestry and bronzes, much of it from local artists, there is something for everyone. A must to visit in St Davids is the innovative National Park Visitor Centre, Oriel y Parc, where there is plenty to see and do, with its gallery, gift shop and café with seating inside and out.
For those just wanting a mooch St Davids has it all, a local farmers market, tea-shops, pubs and restaurants and an interesting collection of shops.

The coastline around the St Davids has some of the most breath-taking coastal scenery and within a short distance from the centre you can find;
Whitesands Bay, popular with families and water sport enthusiasts eager to experience the Atlantic swells.
Caerfai Beach where the unique purple stone used in the construction of the cathedral can be found and
St Justians, home to the St Davids Lifeboat station and from where regular thrilling boat trips operate to see the marine and birdlife around the offshore Ramsey Island, with its spectacular sea cliffs teeming with seabirds and the waters frequented by seals, dolphins, porpoise and if you’re lucky perhaps a passing whale.

And at the end of the day St Davids is the perfect place to enjoy some of the best sunsets in Wales.



The house is accessed via the front door, there is no side or rear entrance.


The spacious sitting room offers ample comfortable seating together with Freeview TV, a DVD player, and a docking station for iPod and other MP3 players. A gas stove provides welcome warmth on cooler evenings.

Kitchen Dinner

The kitchen is fully equipped with gas hob and electric oven, fridge (with freezer compartment), dishwasher, microwave and washing machine.  Dining facilities are provided for 4 and a high chair is available. A radio is also provided.  The folding sliding doors open directly out onto a wide patio area with distant sea views and then on to a more private gravelled sitting area.


The ground-floor bathroom is fitted with a modern suite and a separate shower cubicle. A gas-fired boiler provides a constant supply of hot water.


Both bedrooms retain original features such as boarded floors, ceilings and walls, but have been refurbished to provide comfortable accommodation.
Double Bedroom
Situated at the front of the house this room has a sunny southerly aspect and is furnished with a double bed and wardrobe.
A cot is available on request.
Twin Bedroom
This room faces North with distant views of the sea and Carn Llidi mountain, and is furnished with twin beds, a wardrobe and chest of drawers.


The sunny patio garden offers privacy and is equipped with comfortable furniture.  There is an outdoor tap and hose for washing out wetsuits etc.


Parking – loading/unloading outside the house.
Unresticted street parking nearby, Bryn Road is narrow and there is no parking directly outside the cottage.