Lamphey Palace is located within the small village of Lamphey, just a short distance from the historic town of Pembroke, the birthplace of Henry VII, father of Henry VIII. The palace Read more [...]
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Caldey Island lies off the Pembrokeshire coast near Tenby in south-western Wales. Separated from the mainland by Caldey Sound, a ferry service runs between Tenby and Caldey Island during the Read more [...]
Pembroke Castle is a medieval castle in the county town of Pembroke in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. The castle has a spectacular location, standing beside the River Cleddau. Steeped in Read more [...]
Pentre Ifan is the name given to an ancient manor house with a well-preserved Neolithic dolmen, or burial chamber in Nevern, Pembrokeshire. Dating back to around 3,500 BC, there are Read more [...]
St David’s Cathedral is in St David’s in Pembrokeshire in the south-western corner of Wales. The cathedral, named after Wales’ patron saint, is one of the country’s best-loved attractions. The Read more [...]
Manorbier Castle is a Norman castle located in the village of Manorbier, five miles south-west of Tenby overlooking Manorbier Bay. Manorbier is a rectangular enclosure castle that has curtain walls Read more [...]
Dale Fort is a mid-19th century coastal artillery fort at Dale Head, Pembrokeshire. The fort occupies the easternmost end of the promontory and is protected by a ditch cut into the rock. Read more [...]
Today’s Carew Castle replaced an earlier stone keep and is constructed from the local Carboniferous limestone with some Tudor features such as window frames, which are made from imported Cotswold Read more [...]
The churchyard of St. Llawddog contains a megalithic standing stone or Ogham stone upon which Ogham writing can still be seen. A Ogham Stone refers to a stone often upright, Read more [...]
Carew Cross, is an eleventh-century decorated cross. A royal memorial to Maredudd, who, in 1033, with his brother Hywel, became joint ruler of Deheubarth, now south-west Wales. Two years later Read more [...]
Carreg Coetan Burial Chamber, Neolithic tomb with large capstone supported by two of the four surviving upright stones.
15th-century, merchants three-storey house in the historic walled town of Tenby.