Brawdy can be found in St Brides Bay in the county of Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. An old motte and bailey settlement can still be found in the village, but its history is brief. During the Civil War it stood against a short siege, and afterwards passed into the hands of the Walters. Charles II's mistress Lucy Walters could possibly have lived here, but it seems more likely that she lived at Rosemarket, where the family's main residence was.
There is an old 14th century church at Brawdy. Built in 1326, it was restored in 1879, 1901 and 1990 but still retains most of its original features. The building includes a bellcote and a small porch.