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The Pembrokeshire Coast Path (North) - Accommodation Details

All our Pembrokeshire Coast Path guided walking holidays are offered with B&B accommodation, this is our most popular option for all our treks.

Bed and Breakfast
View to Fishguard You will be staying in good standard B&Bs throughout the trail, with breakfast of course included in the price. All the B&Bs will be within a short walk to local pubs and shops so you will have plenty of opportunity to eat out.

We only use B&Bs in Cardigan, Fishguard (or Goodwick) and St Davids since these are the only villages a variety of good accommodation and with options for eating out in the evening and shops, meaning you are better placed to fully recover after each day of walking. Therefore, you will have a short drive before or after each day of walking.
Price From 899

Cardigan is an ancient market town set right on the River Teifi estuary. It is just a 5 minute transfer from the start of the walk and so it is where you will be staying on the night before you begin walking the trail. If you intend to arrive early in the day, do consider a visit to Cardigan Castle.

Fishguard (or Goodwick)
Fishguard and Goodwick are very close together, and you will be spending nights 2, 3 and 4 staying in one of these locations. Both are coastal towns with a sections of pubs, takeaways and shops.

St Davids
St Davids is the smallest city in the UK and only granted that status due to the existence of St Davids Cathedral. In regards to its size, it is in fact comparable to a village, which makes St Davids a beautiful and special place. The city has a few good places to eat, as well as shops and takeaways which you will have four nights to discover and enjoy. For those with extra energy, St Davids Cathedral is well worth a visit and so are the ruins of the medieval Bishops Palace.

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