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St David's Day Celebrations in Wales
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Who was St David? by Staying in Wales

St David is the patron saint of Wales and is celebrated on 1st March every year. Such was his importance and influence that four visits by pilgrims to his shrine at St David's in Pembrokeshire were considered equal to two to Rome or one to Jerusalem. His influence is also shown in the number of churches dedicated to him in Wales.

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St David was a Celtic monk, abbot and bishop from an aristocratic family in West Wales who lived in the sixth century. As Archbishop of Wales he helped spread Christianity among the pagan Celtic tribes of western Briton. He is the Patron Saint of Wales and is buried in the grounds of his monastery where the Cathedral of St David's in Pembrokeshire now stands. St David's Day became a national festival in Wales in the 18th century.

Children dress in traditional Welsh costumes, enjoy traditional Welsh dances, sing Welsh folk songs and recite Welsh poems in school concerts and local eisteddfodau. Many people in Wales sport a daffodil in their lapel on St David's Day - the daffodill, which blooms all over Wales in March, is a generic Welsh symbol - whilst other wear a leek, St David's personal symbol. The association between the two symbols is strengthened by the similarity of their names in Welsh: Cenhinen (leek) and Cenhinen Bedr (Peter's leek).

There is also a St David's flag the colours of which (black and gold) have long been associated with the Welsh saint. The flag represented the 38th Welsh Division in the Second World War and features in Cardiff Football Club's logo with the club's bluebird symbol. Celtic Crusaders Rugby League Club in Bridgend also have the flag in their logo.



Here's a selection of accommodation providers in Wales that extend a particularly warm welcome to visitors on St David's Day and all year round:
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Clydey Country Cottages
Penrallt, Boncath, Pembrokeshire
Tel: 01239 698619
£950.00
£00.00
*****
Cottage
Thisweek
123456, Town, Gwynedd
Tel:
£211.32
£15.00
*****
Hotel
Y Garth B & B
Y Garth, Cae Tabor, Dinas Cross,, Newport, Pembrokeshire
Tel: +44 (0)1348811777
£45.00
£00.00
*****
Bed and Breakfast
Allt y Golau Farmhouse
Allt y Golau Uchaf, Felingwm Uchaf, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
Tel: +44(0)1267 290455
£34.00
£34.00
****
Farm B&B
Bryn-y-Ddafad
Welsh St Donats, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan
Tel: 01446 774451
£35.00
£30.00
****
Guesthouse
Cider House Cottages
Penylan Farm, Monmouth, Monmouthshire
Tel: +44 1600 716435
£00.00
£00.00
****
Cottage
Edderton Hall
, Forden, Welshpool, Powys
Tel: 01938 580339

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Country House
Glyntwrog House
Betws-y-Coed, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy County
Tel: 01690 710930
£37.00
£37.00
****
Guesthouse
Gorwel Self Catering Holiday Cottage
Broom Hall Road, Pwllheli, Gwynedd
Tel: +44(01758)612805
£990.00
£990.00
****
Cottage
Marian's Bed & Breakfast/ self-catering
Llwyn Derw, Talybont, Barmouth,, Gwynedd
Tel: +44 01341 247333
£40.00
£38.00
****
Bed and Breakfast


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PRICES

Serviced: All prices shown are peak season rates per person (not per room) per night for Bed & Breakfast for guests normally sharing a double or twin room. There is usually a supplement for single occupancy.

Self Catering: All prices shown are peak season rates based on full week's rental of the entire property or unit (e.g. cottage, cabin, apartment, static caravan etc)




POA = Price On Application. All prices shown in red signify special offers.



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  Star Quality


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Fair to good quality, with an acceptable standard of furnishings and adequate service and guest care.


**
Good Quality, with a comfortable standard of furnishings, service and guest care.


***
Very good quality, with a commendable standard of furnishings service and guest care.


****
Excellent quality, with a high standard of furnishings, service and guest care.


*****


Exceptional quality, with highest standard of furnishings, flawless service, meticulous guest care and exemplorary provision and presentation of all aspects of the business.

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