St. Davids, the smallest city in Britain with a population of around 2,000, is Wales's ancient spiritual capital, with its Celtic roots stretching back into the mists of time.
It includes an ancient Cathedral and Bishop's Palace. This Cathedral City is one of the highlights of Pembrokeshire and well worth a visit whatever the weather.
The surrounding landscape is awesomely rugged and incredibly inspirational - artists have been drawn to the city for hundreds of years and there are many galleries to visit, including the Oriel-y-Parc National Landscape Gallery.
St. Davids sits at the end of the St. Davids Peninsula, which is renowned for its stunning coastline and beaches, and its wonderful wildlife!
Wolfscastle Country Hotel stands on the eastern borders of the Peninsula, around 15 miles, or half-an-hour's drive, from St. Davids. itself. The village of Wolf's castle, where our hotel is located, was once a residence of the Bishop of St. Davids.
Wolfscastle's very own St. Dogwell was a cousin of St David, and ancient pilgrim routes weave their way through this part of the county, on their way to St. Davids. Hotel reception can provide you with further information if you're interested.
Hotel guests often choose us as their base for exploring both the St David's Peninsula and Preseli Mountains, because we're within easy reach of both.
So, if you're making a holiday of it, stay at the Wolfscastle Country Hotel. Take a look at the hotel's rooms and restaurant for more. Don't miss out - book today!