Ocean Haze Hotel

Address: Haverfordwest Road, St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA62 6QN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Haverfordwest Road, St. Davids, is near Bishop's Palace, St David s Cathedral, and St. David's City Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from St. Davids

      Via Devil's Bridge

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 04, 2015

      5 photos

      ... Jacobs Ladder. This took us to the bottom of the falls and many photo opportunities. Amy took a lot of photos of moss and lichen (to paint later for her art studies). The path then took us across a small slippery bridge across the water flow to start ascending the other side. One of the viewing platforms was still covered with thin layer of ice. It was fun trying to skate around on ...

      Coast path completed

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... lucky to have walked this path without a single drop of rain. On the first leg in June we had so much sunshine that we were almost wishing for a downpour to cool us down. The Indian summer this September was a real bonus. The sea was cold but the dips superb - wouldn't have missed them for the world. And don't forget, walking is such is a sociable experience - nearly everyone will say hello and stop for a chat. It was a real pleasure to meet 'John from The ...

      Ceibwr to St Dogmaels

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 14, 2014

      12 photos

      ... to an order of Benedictine monks. Apparently they fished the river using coracles and seine nets which are still used today although I can't say we saw any.

      We seek out the church to take a look at the Sagranus Stone which helped to decipher Ogham, an ancient Irish language, in the same fashion as the Rosetta Stone led to the understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphics. We also investigate the abbey ruins and stop to admire a yew tree which claims ...

      Newport to Ceibwr

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2014

      12 photos

      ... feeling tired and peckish. We decide to sit on the next stile we come to as there is also a gate and very few others walkers out today. Mick sits one side and I sit the other. I am mid-munch on my apple when a voice announces...oh dear, I seem to have gone wrong. It's another hiker on the other side of a barbed wire fence - he must have missed the same turning. We assist him as he scrambles under the bottom wire - fortunately the bottom wire is not barbed. Refreshed, we set off ...

      Fishguard to Newport

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

      15 photos

      ... level and then, leaving the beach, continue with a climb that is a climb and a half. We are making our way high up the stark sides of Carn Fran and Carn Geli - quick...someone...send me some oxygen! At last we arrive at the summit of Penrhyn Ychen, an outcrop which was formally a WW1 lookout site but now the location of an ugly caravan site. The promontory provides excellent views of the coastline, as one might expect. The path beyond is narrow and pretty overgrown in ...