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Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa
Lamphey
Pembroke
West Wales

SA71 5NT
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Lamphey Court is a traditional Pembrokeshire Georgian Mansion, sympathetically restored and set in its own sunny sheltered grounds. It has been established as one of Pembrokeshire's leading country house hotels with the added attraction of a superb leisure and spa facility offering a variety of therapy treatments as well as floodlit tennis courts and sunny patio areas.

Its comfortable, well appointed, spacious bedrooms and studios complement fine sunny dining areas, warm bar and sitting rooms with log fires aglow in the winter months. The hotel is located close to the all attributes of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with offshore islands and spectacular coastal path, as well as being within walking distance to the 12th century Lamphey Bishops Palace and two miles from the sandy beach at Freshwater East.

The picturesque harbour town of Tenby and bustling market towns of Narberth and Pembroke with their delightful shops and galleries are all within a short drive away.

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Number of Rooms: 40
Number Ensuite: 40
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Name: Georgian Room
Awards: AA rosette

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Swimming Pool - indoor, sauna & spa bath
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