Located near the most westerly point in Wales, St Davids and the surrounding coast and countryside has long been a paradise for birdwatchers’, with a wide variety of birdlife that includes seabirds, songbirds, raptors, waders, wildfowl, corvines, ocean wanderers, warblers, finches – the list continues!

Penrhiw Priory, with the Pembrokeshire coast so near and a thriving woodland just a short walk through the grounds, is a welcoming home to Pembrokeshire’s birdlife, with daily sightings and birdsong.

St Davids Peninsula Circular Walk is a 17 kilometre loop trail located nearby, which passes the harbour of Porth Clais, then Ramsey Sound and Porthlysgi Bay. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching, and is considered good for all skill levels.

What’s in the Hamper

  • One pair of binoculars, with tripod – for easy bird watching
  • Two thermos flasks – we suggest you take a warming hot chocolate or tea
  • A bird watching guide book – to help you identify different species
  • Two comfy Camping Chairs – to rest your legs

Pre Experience Advice

  • Outdoor bird watching is subject to weather conditions and warm and waterproof clothes are recommended.
  • Visit the Bird Guide Website for the latest sighting information.
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Stay & Dine With Us

Choose any of our two other luxury boutique venues, both located on the St Davids Peninsula.