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Welcome to Lamphey Park

Address: Lower Lamphey Park, Lamphey, Lamphey, SA71 5PD

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In 8 acres of private grounds, Lamphey Park is the elegant setting for this peaceful bed and breakfast in Pembrokeshire. Just 2 minutes’ drive from Lamphey village, there is free parking and Wi-Fi, and a shuttle service to the local restaurants. Lamphey Park is a Georgian house with a guest lounge and dining room serving breakfast each morning. You can enjoy a cooked breakfast, cereals, toast, fruit juice, yoghurt, porridge and more. Rooms have either an en suite or private bathroom with complementary toiletries. With tea and coffee facilities, TV, wardrobe and sofa, the rooms are individually furnished with some featuring a sleigh or four-poster bed. Cots and children’s beds are also available. The house is surrounded by beautiful grounds including paddocks and a walled garden, with sheep, horses, ducks and chickens roaming around. It’s just 7 minutes’ drive from Pembroke Castle, and 17 minutes from the historic coastal town of Tenby.

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Pembroke Castle - Pembrokeshire - Castle

Pembroke Castle - Pembrokeshire - Castle

Distance 2.54 miles (4.06 km)
Pembroke Castle is one of the largest castles in Wales. It was not a royal castle but the possession of a private lord - his residence and the administrative centre of his territories. The Castle occupies a strong position high on a ridge between two tidal inlets. Its fortifications were extended throughout its history and it displays stonework from many periods. The dominant feature of Pembroke Castle is the massive round Keep, built soon after 1200. Its walls are 19 feet thick at the base and the Keep rises to 75 feet in height. Inside the Castle there are tableaux depicting mediaeval life within its walls including copies of costumes, furniture, tableware, wall hangings and other artefacts found locally. Displays interpreting the history of the site from other periods are also to be found amongst its many complete towers.