Spittal, United Kingdom

Travel to Spittal

Spittal is a village, parish and community that lies approximately halfway between Haverfordwest and Fishguard, near the village of Wolf's Castle in the county of Pembrokeshire in west Wales.

The village's name is a corruption of the word 'hospital' (Welsh: Ysbyty), which is also the root of such names as Spitalfields, London, Spital, Merseyside, Spital-in-the-Street, Lincolnshire, etc.: the village possessed a hospitium (place of accommodation for pilgrims) belonging to the Cathedral of St David's. No trace of this remains.

Accommodations in Spittal

There are 8 options for staying in Spittal.
Check out the deals we offer for lodging in Spittal.

Spittal Tours & Activities