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Welcome to Druidstone Hotel

Located on the stunning cliffs above the beach of Druidstone Haven with its amazing sunset views across St. Brides Bay, Druidstone Hotel is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway. Established in 1972, our hotel and restaurant offer home-cooked food, feasts, and music events, all with a relaxed vibe that guarantees good times. Whether you're looking for a romantic weekend break or a family vacation, we have everything you need to make your stay unforgettable.

Accommodation & Dining

Our hotel offers a variety of comfortable rooms, all with breathtaking sea views. Our restaurant serves delicious meals made from locally-sourced ingredients, and our bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a refreshing drink while taking in the stunning scenery.


Events & Celebrations

At Druidstone Hotel, we love to celebrate. Whether you're planning a wedding, a birthday party, or a corporate event, our experienced team will help you create a memorable occasion. With our stunning location, delicious food, and friendly service, your guests are sure to be impressed.

Relaxation & Activities

At Druidstone Hotel, we believe in the importance of relaxation. That's why we offer a range of activities to help you unwind, including yoga classes, massage treatments, and coastal walks. For the more adventurous, there are also plenty of activities to keep you entertained, such as surfing, kayaking, and coasteering.


Jane Bell

Hotelier who established Druidstone as a force in Welsh arts.

The wood chip centrally heated house now has Ten bedrooms, most of which have sea or garden views. Five rooms have private facilities, showers, bathrooms or lavatories. The other five rooms share three bathrooms in the tradition of a typical family holiday house. The Roof rooms on the second floor have full private facilities and panoramic views of the bay from their shared balcony.The dining room, sitting room and cellar bar open onto terraces and grassy slopes overlooking the sea. Children and pets are made welcome and the atmosphere encourages visitors to treat the place as a second home. Books and maps are available and there is plenty of information on the locality. There is a separate television room and the regeneration of the original family Farmhouse Kitchen provides a room with a large oak table suitable for use as a private dining room for up to fourteen. This Farmhouse Kitchen is also used for children’s supper at 6.00 p.m. each evening.

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