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“Interesting Place to Visit”

Lamphey Bishop's Palace
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in Lamphey
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 18 October 2013

One of Wales Historic Monuments, these medieval ruins located in a rural setting are well worth a visit. The lady in the shop was very knowlegable about the sites history and explained in great detail the Palaces connection to St Davids.
Spent over an hour exploring the ruins access available to most areas.
Small admission charge, no cafe but drinks machine located in shop.
Find the message left by the Americans during WW2 when the Palace was used as a base prior to the D-day landings.

Thank AnnC56
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Reviewed 13 October 2013

the lady guide was very knowledgable and enthusiastic about the history of this place. She was able to tell us much about it ,which helped us appreciate it all the more. . Very lovely setting too.
Not expensive so worth a visit.Felt we were exploring the past.

Thank Vikki A
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Reviewed 12 October 2013

This was a pleasant surprise as it is tucked away down a track and I only went in as I was staying in the hotel nearby. This was very interesting and is in very good condition. Well worth popping into as it will only take an hour to have a good look round and will fit nicely into a day going to Pembroke Castle.

Thank Bruces99
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Reviewed 12 October 2013

The building which appeared in the recent TV series "The White Queen" It is a large ruined site with a lot of Tudor history .Very well signed and explained.

Thank ann h
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

It was pouring with rain when we came so we didn't stay as long as we would have done otherwise. There were a few places to take shelter and I did manage to get some photos. Would have liked to have taken more as the remains of the buildings are very impressive. The girl in the ticket office was very knowledgeable and happy to spend some time talking about the history of the site which was much appreciated.

Thank Ozonenut
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