Things to see and do - Pembroke
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Pembroke occupies a strategic site on a long and narrow headland dominating the estuary of Milford Haven, constituted by the Rivers Western Griddau and Eastern Griddau. Overlooking the town and harbour is the impressive castle which has since time immemorial dominated town life.
Tourist attractions Pembroke : Things to see and do
Castle Terrace GB - Pembroke SA71 4LA
The castle, which was originally an enclosure surrounded by a fence, at the end of the crest - this part is now the interior courtyard - was completed in 1093. The great keep (21 m high) with its massive walls (6 m thick at the base) is now the centr..
Lamphey GB - Pembroke SA71 5NT
Situated in acres of scenic grounds next to a medieval Bishop’s palace, The Lamphey Court Hotel is a 19th century Georgian mansion which has a luxury spa, all-weather tennis courts and stylish rooms with views over Pembrokeshire National Park. All r..
41 Main Street GB - Pembroke SA71 4JS
Middlegate Hotel is located on Pembroke’s main street, close to Mill Pond and a 10-minute walk from the railway station. This traditional hotel has a restaurant and a bar. The simple rooms at Middlegate Hotel have a TV and a private bathroom. Free W..
13 Main Street GB - Pembroke SA71 4JS
Situated in Pembroke, a 10-minute drive from the spectacular coast, the 16th century Old Kings Arms boasts rooms with free Wi-Fi and free parking. Pembroke Castle is 200 yards from the property. Rooms are traditionally furnished, and each has a flat..