Travelling to Pembrokeshire in an electric car? We know that finding a place to charge up is central to your relaxing holiday. Here’s a guide to charging your electric car in Pembrokeshire, with spots on and around the St Davids Peninsula.


Cottages with Fast Chargers

Bishop’s Cottage in St Davids is our first cottage to feature a dedicated Fast EC charge point for charging your electric car, making your holiday that bit more convenient! This beautiful cottage close to the centre of St Davids sleeps 5 people and is dog friendly. Book in for your next stay on the Pembrokeshire coast here.


Charging points in St Davids

Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre Car Park

Postcode: SA62 6NW

At the top of St Davids, Oriel Y Parc’s car park boasts a couple of charging points just across the road from the visitor’s centre and cafe. We recommend plugging in and heading to Pilgrims Cafe for coffee and cake!


St Davids Cathedral

Quickwell Hill

Postcode: SA62 6NT

Further down the hill, Quickwell Hill car park has charging points that are perfectly situated to explore St Davids Cathedral while you wait.


Charging Points in Porthgain

The Hoppers Car Park

Postcode: SA62 5BN

If you are staying in Porthgain, or visiting for the day, you can charge your electric car! We recommend a coast path walk to Abereiddy and popping to The Shed Fish and Chip Bistro on your return.




Other charging points within 30 minutes of st davids

West Street, Fishguard

Postcode: SA65 9NJ

The Parrog Car Park, Goodwick

Postcode: SA64 0DE

Multi-storey, Cartlett Road, Haverfordwest

Postcode: SA61 2LX

County Hall car park, Haverfordwest

Postcode: SA61 1TP


Millmoor Way Car Park, Broad Haven

Postcode: SA62 3JH


For more information about the practicalities of charging your electric car in Pembrokeshire, visit the Pembrokeshire County Council website here.




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