TYF Eco Hotel
When you stay at TYF Eco Hotel, youll enjoy clean and comfortable bedrooms, great service, relaxing informality and mouth-watering organic food. The hotel is organic certified, carbon neutral and run on green electricity.
And you can't beat its location - the beach, coast path and centre of historic St. David's are all within easy walking distance.
Converted from a windmill, the historic hotel is Grade II listed and includes the original windmill tower. Climb its spiral staircase for spectacular views across the St. David's peninsula and beyond. You can even see Ireland on a clear day!
This really is a 'get away from it all' hotel. Don't expect a mini-bar or TV in your room. Instead, relax in the lounge bar, organic restaurant or sitting room, or just enjoy some peace and quiet.
As its name suggests, TYF Eco Hotel is a greener kind of hotel - whether the issue is climate change or factory farming, the staff team is continually taking action to make the world a better place.
Sourcing local and organic food and drink helps TYF Eco Hotel to support local communities and protect the environment and animal welfare. The hotel recently became the first organic certified hotel in Wales, so nearly all of the delicious food and drink served to guests is organic.
Bed and Breakfast prices start at just £30 per person per night and discounts are available to groups of 10 or more.
Self-catering accommodation can be enjoyed at Ty Hir Cottage, which is nect door to the hotel and sleeps up to 8 guests in 4 comfortable bedrooms. It includes enclosed gardens and private off-road parking and comfortably sleeps 8 guests in its 4 bedrooms. It costs from £300 per week, including all electricity, linen and fire wood.
The hotel's chefs are passionate in their belief that eating and drinking should be life-enhancingly enjoyable - and this sentiment shines through in the food and drink they serve in the hotel's organic restaurant.
The hotel is the first is Wales to become organic certified, so virtually all the food and drink served to diners is organic. Why organic? Organic food and drink is better for health, animal welfare, wildlife and the environment in general, and it often tastes better too!
Recent newspaper reviews have described the restaurant's food as 'first class' and 'scrumptious' - endorsing its approach to food.
Visit for a delicious light lunch or 3-course dinner. Good lacto-ovo vegetarian options are always provided on the main menu. The restaurant is very popular with both residents and non-residents, so tables should be reserved in advance. Children are very welcome.
Out and About in and around St. David's
With TYF Eco Hotel, you get the best of both worlds. A peaceful away-from-it-all location that's within easy walking distance of both the Pembrokeshire coastline and the centre of the mini-city of St. David's.
Historic St. David's has a cathedral and bishop's palace as well as an eclectic range of shops, galleries and restaurants.
Visit St. David's birthplace at St. Non's, explore the fascinating 12thC cathedral, go on the Saints and Stones tour, or visit some of the city's impressive art galleries.
Awe-inspiring landscapes and seascapes surround the city, which lies at the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
The St. David's peninsula is one of the best places in the world for those who enjoy the great outdoors. Excellent walking, cycling, climbing, kayaking, coasteering and surfing can be enjoyed locally. The stunning coastline is scattered with some of Britain's best beaches, such as Whitesands and Newgale.
For those of you interested in the natural world, the peninsula is incredibly rich in wildlife - from seals to shearwaters. The local area includes habitats and species of international importance.