Y Glennydd Hotel
An introduction to Y Glennydd Hotel
This very well maintained St David's Hotel dates back to the 1880s and is situated within a few minutes walk of both the city centre and cathedral.
The well appointed bedrooms vary in size and style, some having period furniture, whilst others are more modern. Many have en suite facilities. Family-bedded rooms and a ground floor room are available. There is a small bar, a cosy lounge and a cottage style restaurant, which is open to non-residents during the summer.
St David’s is a beautiful and unique city, situated on the far south west coast of Wales surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe. Were sure you will enjoy your stay here whether it be a short break a business trip or longer holiday. We (Tim & Tracey Foster) look forward to welcoming you soon.
Ten bedrooms, most en-suite including single , double , twin etc.
Colour Tv, tea and coffee, hairdryers in all rooms.
Bar and Lounge
Ample public car parking near-by
Central position close to Cathedral
Coastal path/beaches approximately 1 mile
PRICE PER PERSON PER NIGHT
DOUBLE/TWIN EN-SUITE £32.00
STANDARD DOUBLE £25.00
STANDARD SINGLES £32.00
SINGLE EN-SUITE £37.50
SINGLE OCCUPANCY OF DOUBLE ROOM £40.00
PRICES INCLUDE BREAKFAST
Children reduced rate when sharing adults room
Three course dinner £18.50
Main courses from £11.00
All our food is supplied locally, fresh fish, meat and poultry daily.
We offer an exquisite a la carte menu with a wide range of starters, such as “Mushrooms simmered in red wine and cream” main courses like “Welsh sirloin steak with a selection of sauces” A vegetarian choice is always available “Avocado, baked with prawns, topped with cheese” and desserts.
St Davids Pembrokeshire is the birthplace of Wales's patron saint, it is officially recognised as Britain's smallest city and the location for Wales's most important religious monument. St David’s Cathedral has been the dominant presence since the 12th century and was a popular pilgrimage destination throughout the middle ages and indeed remains so to this day attracting thousands of visitors every year. St David’s is one of the great historic shrines of Christendom. Nowhere in Britain is there a more ancient cathedral settlement, for it reaches back fourteen centuries and survived the plunder of the Norsmen in the 'Dark Ages'
St Davids offers plenty to see and do such as:
• St Davids Golf Course
• St Davids Cathedral Festival is in late May.
• Try a TYF adventure day surfing, coasteering or kayaking.
• Thousand Islands Expeditions, Voyages of Discovery and Aquaphobia offer exhilarating boat trips
Tea & Coffee Making