Lamphey Bishops Palace. Varying opening times. Admission charged.

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Gravel path/lane to the side gate, and ramp from the rear gate to the grounds. Car parking available in lay by across the road, spaces for approx 15 cars. Dogs welcome on the lead, Portable induction loop, Toilets. April – November access is through the visitor centre. Between November – March entrance through the side gate.

Brief Description:

Lamphey Bishops Palace is a medieval building that was once residence to the Bishops of St Davids. Was once a place of great grandeur, and now is a magnificent ruin.

Further Information:


Lamphey Bishops Palace, Lamphey, Nr Pembroke, SA71 5NT.


None available.


01646 672224 and Cadw main enquiry telephone, 0300 0256000


Opening Hours:

Dates 1 November 2017 - 31 March 2018 (admission free during these dates)

Daily 10.00am–4.00pm The visitor centre is closed. Please enter via side gate. Last admission 30 minutes before closing.

Please see website for exceptions on these dates, and for opening times and possible admission charges after these dates.


Signposted off the A4139 2.0 miles from Pembroke and 8.3 miles from Tenby. OS SN 01803009.


Public transport available from Pembroke and Tenby.

For more travel information go to or call 0871 200 22 33.Public transport available from Pembroke and Tenby


Gift shop and refreshments on-site. Alternatively there is a public house which serve food and refreshments in Lamphey.

Travel Information

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