A natural nature reserve, home to half of the worlds population of Manx Shearwaters & the largest colony of Puffins in southern Britain. A must see for any Pembrokeshire holiday.


Skomer Island is a small Island (1.13 sq miles), and a protected natural nature reserve.

Well known for its huge array of wildlife, such as guillemots, raxorbills, Manx shearwaters, Atlantic puffins, common shags, Eurasian oystercatchers, common kestrels and peregrine falcons. Although many other birds pf prey reside in and around the island. 

Around Skomer Island you will also spot grey seals, toads, slow worms and a breeding population of glow worms. Skomer also has it’s very own, unique breed of vole – the Skomer Vole. The wild vegetation isn’t bad either!

We offer a great place to eat, drink or stay when visiting this infamous Pembrokeshire Island. Whether a quick bite to eat before or after your journey, or use us as a base for your accommodation for Skomer Island.

Runwayskiln cafe will re-open on

Friday 29th March 2019

 we take bookings for 12:00/12:30 and 14:00/14:30.

We're at our desks and so please get in touch if you have a query!

Claire & Charlie






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Tel: +44 (0)1646 636545