48 hours in wild west Wales: St Davids, Pembrokeshire

48 hours in wild west Wales: St Davids, Pembrokeshire

I couldn’t resist sharing a few photos from the long bank holiday weekend – despite the fact that I forgot my proper camera, so it’s only a bunch of iPhone pics I’m afraid…

I was lucky enough to spend three of the four days in beautiful West Wales on a mini-staycation with my other half, and some of his family. They have a pretty bad-ass caravan which we used as our base for a few days of sun, sea and puppy-walking.

We were blessed with the most incredible weather – the best I’ve ever seen it since I’ve been regularly visiting this special part of the country…

It’s pretty gorgeous, right?  If you’re thinking of heading there yourself sometime, make sure you try the Normandy Mussels & chips from The Farmers Arms one night – perfect summer pub food 🙂

I’ll definitely be visiting again later in the year, as St David’s will soon be the home of Grub Kitchen when it opens it’s doors in the summer. It will be the first restaurant in Wales that will focus on the practice of eating insects, as part of an overall “sustainable ethos”. Grasshopper burgers all ’round!


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