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Destination Guide

The ruines of Lamphey Bishop's palace surrounded by water on a summers day close to a wide range of hotels and tourist destinations / sights


Tourist Information

Things to see & do in Lamphey

The village of Lamphey is a few miles east of Pembroke.

On the northern edge of the village are the remains of Lamphey Bishop's Palace (pictured above), one of three grand fortified palaces in Pembrokeshire belonging to the Bishop of St Davids. Set in a peaceful pastoral location a few miles east of Pembroke, it's still a substantial structure today.

At Lamphey, the medieval bishops of St. David's built themselves a magnificent retreat away from worries of Church and State, Lamphey Bishop’s Palace. Here, amongst fishponds, fruit orchards, vegetable gardens and sweeping parklands, they could enjoy the life of a country gentleman.

Lamphey has a pub and two hotels with restaurants; there is also a village shop with a bakery. 

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