Cliff Cottage, St. Brides is situated in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park between the picturesque seaside villages of Little Haven and Dale.


There is parking and access to the beach for kayaks and walkers. The bay is safe for swimming but there are no life guards. The church of St. Bridget is a landmark dating from medieval times, it was carefully restored in the 19th Century. Services are held once a month. An archaeological dig recently revealed 9th and 10th century graves. Little remains as evidence of this, further information from The Dyfed Archaeological Trust and a short illustrated report is kept in the cottage. 

Various activities available include 

Bird Watching, Cliff Cottage isapproximately 3 miles from the departure point for the internationally famous Skomer Island Bird Sanctuary. Here you can see Puffins and Manx Shearwaters among the many bird visitors to the island. Puffins best seen from Easter to July.

Walking, the coast path wraps round the west boundary of the farm and runs past the cottage. The farm protects 12 acres of coastal ‘set aside’. A place for nesting sky larks and meadow pipets in the spring, and a wonderful habitat for many species of wild flowers.

Water sports, St. Brides lends itself to, divers, swimmers and kayakers. Fishing from the rocks is also popular.

Exploring further afield – In brief – the varied landscape of Pembrokeshire includes the Preseli Mountains in the north of the county and Bosherston Lily ponds and the well known beaches of Broad Haven South and Barafundle in South Pembrokeshire. Historic towns include Tenby and Pembroke where you can visit castles and museums. St. David’s is renowned for its ancient cathedral and Bishop’s Palace. The attractive city also invites you to explore art galleries and coffee shops.


Guillemot's on Skomer Island