Eating & shopping

St David's Visitor Centre and Shop

View from the glass porch of the interior © Karen Bridges

View from the glass porch of the interior

The St David's Shop has a wide range of Welsh, local and our own products to delight all ages. For a complete guide to the National Trust in Pembrokeshire, visitors can take a tour of our special places, beaches and walks using interactive technologies.

Your visit starts here...

Our shop is in the High Street opposite The Cross and a short walk from St David’s Cathedral.

Beef raised in spectacular surroundings...

Traditional breed cattle grazing on wet heathland common near St David's

Traditional breed cattle grazing on wet heathland common near St David's

Enjoy both stunning coastal scenery and the delicious premium quality beef it brings, thanks to the Cig Tir Comin – Pembrokeshire Heathland Beef scheme.

This new farming initiative on our heathland in North Pembrokeshire means you may encounter cattle grazing in areas of heathland and be able to savour the premium succulent beef they produce.

...with potatoes from Trehill Farm

A few miles to the south, on the Marloes Peninsula, you can source more organic produce. Trehill Farm grows superb potatoes. While you're there, enjoy another of our downloadable walks.

Walk the Treginnis Peninsula...

Try our downloadable walk that takes you past Pembrokeshire's oldest rocks and spectacular seascapes in Ramsey Sound.

Begin and end at Porthclais Harbour...

Porthclais Harbour

This tiny harbour is popular with small boat owners and kayakers.

...with a visit to The Kiosk

A popular stop for refreshments for walkers, kayakers and sailors, The Kiosk at Porth Clais is to be found in our car park, a few steps from the harbour.