There’s nothing like a good coffee and a slice of cake. Whether it’s an iced latte and lemon drizzle in the summer sunshine, or a warming cappuccino with rich chocolate sponge in a cosy cafe after a blustery winter walk, it’s a staple of any holiday in Pembrokeshire.

Here are some of our favourite places to treat your sweet tooth and get your caffeine fix in and around St Davids!


Porthclais Kiosk

Nestled just next to Porthclais Habour, this gem is one of the best coast path stop offs around! Whether you’re visiting the harbour or just passing by, this kiosk this perfect for some refueling.


West Point Trading

Previously The Veg Patch, West Point Trading is conveniently located at the top of the High Street in St Davids. Pop in for a coffee to takeaway, and select from their array of locally sourced sweet treats.


St Davids Cake Co.

This delightful horsebox turned treat heaven is to be found on the road down to Caerfai beach. A great place to grab a caffeinated cuppa and something sweet on the way to the beach or simply to sit and take in the view.


The Refectory

The Refectory at St Davids Cathedral is ideal for a coffee and homemade cake after a wander around the beautiful Cathedral and Bishops Palace. Revive yourself before the walk back up the hill and those famous steps.

The Really Wild EMPORIUM

Halfway down the High Street, Really Wild provides homemade goodies, often with a foraged twist, always with a nod to nature. Take a break from exploring the shops and galleries of St Davids to treat yourself.


Mamgu Welshcakes

Mamgu Welshcakes is to be found a little down the road in the harbour village of Solva. Here, indulge in fantastic coffee and, most importantly, their take on the traditional Welshcake. There are so many flavours to choose from that you may have to take some home with you!


Cafe on the Quay

On Solva harbour itself, Cafe on the Quay serves lovely coffee and cake in the most stunning of settings. After a dip or a spot of crabbing, sit back and enjoy the view.


Melin Tregwynt Woollen Mill

Melin Tregwynt is about a 20-minute drive from St Davids, and is well worth the trip! Take a look at their working woollen mill, producing stunning blankets and other goodies available in their shop. Then, sit out in the sunshine and enjoy a cuppa and slice of homemade cake.


Siop Fach Tearoom, Mathry

This traditional, quaint tearoom is in Mathry, about 9 miles from St Davids. Have a cupcake and a coffee before exploring on to Fishguard, or discovering one of the beautiful beaches in this area, like Aberbach.



A new addition to the centre of St Davids, Cathedral House is an absolutely stunning space in which to pass some time with a cuppa, a slice of cake and good friends. Take a wander around the gift shop afterwards to pick up some lovely goodies to take home.



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