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Lamphey Bishop's Palace

LAMPHEY, SA71 5NT

This ruined 13th-century palace once belonged to the Bishops of St Davids, who used it as a place of tranquillity. The great hall is a particularly fine architectural achievement, so too the western hall and inner gatehouse - both still standing. Photo credit: Crown copyright (2015) Cadw

Further information

Tel: 01646 672224

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Cadw (Welsh Monuments)

Prices

Free Free admission

Opening times

Open Apr-Oct, Wed-Sat 10-5
Nov-Mar, daily 10-4 (last admission 30mins before closing). Closed 24-26 Dec & 1 Jan

Facilities

Parking.
Café.

Dogs

Dogs allowed all areas.

Accessibility

Portable induction loop
Toilets.

Lamphey Bishop's Palace

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