We offer a mixture of 3 and 5 night activity and educational breaks in the middle of the Pembrokeshire Coast, Britain’s only coastal National Park. Our base is near St Davids, Britain’s smallest city and home of the magnificent 12th Century Cathedral. Being on the most westerly tip of Wales we are surrounded on 3 sides by water, which has its own unique and fascinating tidal flows, islands and community.
The area is not only visually stunning with its crystal clear water, blue flag beaches, hidden coves and magical villages it is also steeped in history, is of geological importance and array with unique aerial and marine wildlife.
We use this natural beauty as a playground for an adrenaline packed activity break that will leave any young person with a positive experience and memory for life.
Whether you are taking part in a Rib ride, surfing lesson, Kayaking, Rock pooling or Coast path walking, our guides will not only make it enjoyable but educational with the children (and group leaders) learning about the history and legend of the area, water safety such as how rip tides work and how to keep safe, the migrating, breeding and feeding habits of the wildlife and even what flora you can eat and not! To name but a few.
There are three options for accommodation, all come highly recommended for their quality of service, cleanliness, comfort and value for money and are ideal safe locations for groups
St Davids Bunk Barns
A newly developed family run 100 bed unit situated on a working farm situated on the two fields from the Pembrokeshire coast path overlooking St Brides Bay and the wonderful little beach of Caerfai and only 0.5 miles from the centre of St Davids.
The dorms are 6 to a room with a large dining area where your hosts Rob and Christine serve wholesome homemade food.
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Situated just a short drive from St Davids, Newgale Lodge provides a high-quality visitor experience for our guests. Located in their own secluded grounds, with no near neighbours and surrounded by open countryside makes it ideal group accommodation for schools, clubs and corporate residential courses, as well as family and friends get-togethers. Exclusive use of the whole site is given to groups of more than 34 guests and there is also the option of an onsite High Ropes and abseiling course, log-fired pizza oven, a bar and restaurant.
Dorms are all un-suite and a mixture of 4 & 6 bedded
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Celtic Camping and Bunk House Accommodation
Situated right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path over looking Abereiddy Bay, the site really is in a remarkable location. With large camping areas, and Multiple Bunk Houses the site can accommodate groups of all sizes.
A family run site, with large playing areas, showers, fire pits all within 1 mile from Abereiddy Beach or 4 miles from St Davids.
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You will arrive onsite between 1200hrs and 1400hrs on the first day and will have time to settle into your accommodation and have a welcome meeting before we take you on your first adventure of the week.
Sea conditions allowing we like to start the week with the ultimate in a boat trip experience, an hour and a half rib ride around the spectacular Ramsey Island and a white water adrenaline packed play on the Bitches rocks and famous standing wave in the Ramsey Sound. This trip is as educational as it is exhilarating with specialist guides giving you the history and wildlife information of this magical place.
The evening will be spent having a welcome BBQ around the Fire pit with fun and games
Each Day will have a different activities which will be arranged to suite the group and time of year but each day will follow the below schedule
Sample Day :
Breakfast includes cereals, toast, yogurts, porridge, and cooked breakfast, The most important meal of the day when you have energy sapping adventure packed day ahead of you
Rock Pooling and Coastal Walk, walk a section of the Pembrokeshire Coast path to one of its many inlet, bays or little harbours, where our specialist guide will show you the wonders of the shoreline marine life and what else the sea may bring in on the tide.
After working up an appetite it’s time to refuel and depending on the days schedule will depend on whether we are on site in the dining hall or having a packed lunch at some the fantastic locations around the peninsular.
Coasteering – The ultimate in coastal adventure, you will scramble, swim and jump between the sea and the rocks a real fun interactive adventure challenge ideal for confidence and team building and will put a smile on anyone’s face. We use many site for our coasteering, whichever is best to suit the group one of which is the Blue Lagoon site of the Redbull world cliff diving series.
A good hearty and filling evening meal on site will be just what is required following an action packed day
Some days activities will take longer than others and will be more demanding, but we will have a number of evening activities that we will run and build into your package from such games such as rounders, talent shows, karaoke, treasure hunt, quizzes and more
The other day’s itinerary will be made up of the following activities, a final package and time table will be put together on discussion with yourselves
No trip to the coast is complete without having a go at the original and still the king of water sports once we get you to catch your first wave and stand up it’s an experience and feeling you’ll never forget. But in the meantime, you’ll have a smile on your face whilst you’re trying!!
With The St Davids Peninsular surrounded on 3 sides by water, it is not surprising that we have some of the best Kayaking in Europe with beautiful little fishing harbours, secluded beaches, high cliffs and majestic islands the coast line on the Western tip of Wales really does have it all and after a short lesson on the basics the group will be equipped to explore some of these under the watchful eye of our instructors.
Mud Run / Obstacle Course
Why not try out sections of our man-up in the mud course, an ideal fun activity. You will climb under the logs in the bog! Climb our cargo net, wade through the ponds, run up the tramalator, slide down the slippery slope and a little bit more!
Tour of St Davids City, its 12th Century Cathedral and Bishops Palace and the legend that surrounds it.
Crabbing and Fishing
At one of the quite tranquil fishing harbours we will catch crabs and hopefully fish and learn about the species and what’s edible and what’s not, we can even prepare and cook our catch
Great fun and ideal for team work and communication skills, the young people will be put in teams and will have to build their own rafts to travel across the lake, what better way to learn building skills and knots
We run a number of various paintballing sessions and games at our 15 acre woodland site, the games and task you will face are made up of our own brand of innovate ideas and adventure to add to your enjoyment but the essence will be the usual! Trying to outwit the opposition.
Test your climbing and confidence skills on the purposely built high ropes tower, with climbing and abseiling walls. Ideal for team work and overcoming fears
Price of tour £300 per person based on 30 people, the price includes all accommodation at full board and all activities.
Not included in the cost is transport to and from your location to the accommodation, we can arrange this for an additional cost which you can speak to our adviser about if you wish but on average it is £15 per head extra.
A final overall cost and cost per person will be given once an itinerary and numbers have been confirmed
To make a booking enquire or discuss your activity break please fill in the below contact form or speak to an adviser: 07855954702
How To Book Your Tour:
Once a mutually acceptable itinerary/costing has been produced, we can provide a host of tourist information and fundraising ideas. And the payment plan is as follows
25% Deposit with a signed copy of our booking form at which point accommodation can be reserved (subject to availability)
Final payment is required twelve weeks prior to departure
From your first discussion through to departure you will have your own experienced tour co-ordinator who can assist with adjustments, queries and additional requirements such as merchandise.
Safety and safeguarding of our guest is our number one priority, yes you will have adventure, fun and the odd adrenaline rush but this will be done in an environment that we will control so that all you have to worry about is the enjoyment aspect of the break.
Our partners and instructors are experienced and qualified in their chosen fields, including youth work, and are registered with the Adventure Activities Licencing Authority (AALA) as required to do so in law by the Health and Safety Executive. Please See http://www.hse.gov.uk/aala/
All the accommodation sites that we use are experienced providers in hosting small and large groups and are fully compliant with building and fire regulations
All the food providers have a minimum qualification in food hygiene service and preparation, and the premises have been inspected and graded by the environmental health officer.
Risk Assessments and Insurance
We appreciate the need for schools or organisations taking young persons on breaks my require copies of certain documents please ask the your agent for these during the booking process and they will be sent to you.