St Davids Winter Hostel Weekend

Hostel and Camp Event icon - Jewel Created with Sketch.
Hostels and Bunkhouses
Jan 18

29 people attending

0 places left

Your price
Event difficulty background shape EventDifficulty
Easy Moderate Very Hard

January can be a gloomy month! Post Christmas blues, cold days, long dark nights and abandoning your New Year Resolutions can make it all seem a bit glum. No wonder the third Monday of January is called Blue Monday. But you can lift your spirits by joining us for a lovely hostel weekend at St. David’s.

Pembrokeshire’s ruggedly beautiful coastline and heather moorland is steeped in Celtic history. Close-by ancient St. David’s is the smallest city in the UK with a population of just 1,700! Parts of its Cathedral date back 1,500 years and David’s symbol, the leek, is now the national symbol of Wales.

The hostel is a converted farmhouse and set in a stunning location, nestled beneath the rocky Carn Llidi and Carnedd-Lleithr and close to the Blue Flag beach at Whitesands Bay – known as a great surfing beach. It truly is a rural retreat, pretty much as far west as you can go in Wales with breathtaking bays, beaches and hills.

Unlike St. David himself I can’t guarantee we’ll refrain from eating meat or drinking beer, but we’re sure to have a wonderful time. So don’t be down, cast off all those thoughts about Blue Monday and come along to join friends and a warm welcome at St. David’s.

The hostel

Freshly renovated and redecorated in 2017, this 31 bed hostel has both private rooms and dorm rooms available in the Farmhouse and the Dairy. The Farmhouse has a new self-catering kitchen and cosy lounge with a wood burner and there is new furniture throughout. There are shared bathroom facilities for all of the rooms. Room breakdown is as follows:

The Dairy
5 x 2 bed rooms, 2 x 4 bed rooms (these rooms contain bunk beds).

The Farmhouse
1 x 5 bed room with a double bed, 1 x 3 bed room with a double bed, 2 x 2 bed rooms with double beds, 1 x 1 bed room


51.902024, -5.286634