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Lamphey

The Pembrokeshire village of Lamphey has a mixture of old housing, featuring Flemish chimneys (pictured below), and smart new houses and bungalows. Lamphey is located on the junction between the main Tenby to Pembroke road and the Ridgeway, an elevated lane leading to Penally with good views of Caldey island and Carew castle.


The railway station connects with Pembroke Dock to the west, and Cardiff (and ultimately London) to the east.

Flemish chimney at Lamphey



Lamphey petrol station

Petrol/diesel and a jet wash are available from the excellent service station which is open long hours, seven days a week (but not Christmas Day!). The service station houses Lamphey's tiny Post Office and a small but comprehensive Spar shop that sells food and provisions, including fresh bread, roasted chickens, charcoal and wine.

HOW TO GET THERE

Lamphey is on the A4139, Tenby to Pembroke road.


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