Old Cross Hotel

Address: Cross Square, St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cross Square, St. Davids, is near Bishop's Palace, St David s Cathedral, and St. David's City Golf Club.
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      Coast path completed

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... of the Sea, watching the Tarzan impressionist leaping into The Blue Lagoon, investigating Neolithic structures, clambering over rocky tors then descending through gorse and heather, eating lunch in the sunshine at Cwm-y-Eglwys, taking in spectacular scenery at Solva and The Witch's Cauldron. Ian says that his favourite bits were the days off - I'm sure he doesn't mean it! My least favourite section was the Angle to Hundleton stretch - but mainly due to vicious ...

      Ceibwr to St Dogmaels

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 14, 2014

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      This morning marks the last stretch of the walk although the guide book warns that we have the highest climb of the entire coast path here. We pick Mick up on our way past Newport.

      We arrive back at the narrow glacial valley of Ceibwr. We see geese flying south in the time honoured V-shape formation. Crossing the beach and over a sturdy slate bridge, we steel ourselves for the steep and long climb up to Pen Castell. There is supposed to be a fort ...

      Newport to Ceibwr

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2014

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      ... sea flowing through an archway to the, now roofless, cavern beyond. The path takes us down, over a gushing gully and then up over the top of the archway itself. Here we have a better view of the damaged cavern, filled with bright blue sea water. Here also, my makeshift boot repair gives in, so now I am forced onwards with boot sole flapping. We gain height fairly quickly, trudging our way up a steep stairway which leads us to a flatter path around the cliff side. It's a reasonably ...

      Fishguard to Newport

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... with fudge and cherries) - deliciously sinful! Ian reports that he has enjoyed his visit to the spitfire museum but that it was very small - half an hour to see the exhibits and half an hour jawing with the volunteer enthusiasts who run it. We are at the tip of Dinas Island...not really an island at all but a large promontory rising to 124m at its summit. It's possible to cut this off and walk the 20 minute short cut across the bottom but Mick and I are headed for the ...

      Strumble Head to Fishguard

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 11, 2014

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      This morning we are back at the car park at Strumble Head to continue the next section of our walk. As a welcome change to yesterday, the path is flatter and less rugged here as we make our way around the headland. It's looking to be another scorcher and already the sun is glittering on the water in the cove below. At Porthsychan we drop down to the shore line before ascending up to Carregwasted Point. Here a memorial stone explains that this was the ...