South West of FishguardBusinesses, Pubs, Cafés, Accommodation and Activities towards St Davids
South West of Fishguard and Goodwick lie the adventures of discovering tiny hamlets, isolated beaches among the rugged cliffs topped by the undulating Coastal Footpath, characterful pubs, galleries, antique shops, cafés and unique, entrepreneurial businesses.
Among many other things you’ll find here a 103 year old woollen mill, collectables and tea room, two deliciously exciting outdoor adventure companies, caravan parks, agricultural engineers, galleries and business training, homely hostelries, even computer repairs.
As the road takes you towards St Davids into the ancient district of Dewisland the countryside changes character to reflect that it’;s a peninsular pointing out past Ireland into the Atlantic. Some say that the weather doesn’t even know that it’s not still over the sea – so the rain doesn’t fall until clouds meet the Preseli Hills well to the east. Evidence of long habitation and testimonies to reverence through the ages are found abundantly in the form of ancient standing stones and churches, while the seemingly isolated small white cottages evoke the agricultural legacy of ages past.