St Dogmaels is the first village, in the North, that you’ll arrive at in Pembrokeshire and hosts the start of the spectacular, 186 miles, Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
St Dogmaels is the first village that you’ll arrive at when you reach North Pembrokeshire and marks the start of the spectacular, 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Staying at our St Dogmaels holiday cottages would be an excellent choice for anyone seeking a waterside holiday, with opportunities for boating, water skiing, windsurfing, fishing and relaxing on the long, sandy beach of Poppit Sands all on your doorstep.
This historical village was an important religious centre and the 12th-century abbey ruins are well worth a visit, as is the water mill, where a wheel and millstones still produce wonderful baking flour. Once named as Wales’s Village of the Year, St Dogmaels manages to seamlessly combine its well-preserved heritage features with a vibrant and lively modern community, making it the perfect destination for families of all ages.
Bird lovers and photographers will be captivated by the diversity of waders, seabirds and birds of prey that proliferate in the local area and can be seen from our cosy waterside holiday cottages in St Dogmaels. Cardigan, just two miles away, is a lovely, rural market town featuring a good range of shops, restaurants and craft outlets, although St Dogmaels is also well provided for, offering a village shop and several high-quality pub/restaurants.
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