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Motorhome Hire St Davids

St Davids Motorhome Hire - It really is worth the drive in your motorhome rental St Davids to the far south west tip of Wales to see the presence of a cathedral in what is in reality a small, attractive village with a population of just over1,600. Situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, St Davids – named after the patron saint of Wales - is also surrounded by stunning coastal scenery, renowned for both its beauty and abundant and diverse wildlife. The magnificent cathedral dates back to the 12th Century although earlier cathedrals were also built on the site. Created from local stone, with a pink and grey colouring, the cathedral occupies the valley floor below the village, hidden from sight, and is only magnificently revealed once you pass through the Gatehouse. In 1995 formal recognition of the status of St Davids was made when the Queen re-conferred city status. The period around the Millennium gave an impetus to restore the west front which required re-opening of the original quarry in Caerbwdi Bay to source the stone; the cathedral cloisters were finally completed; and the organ was dismantled and re-built.