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Llawhaden Castle

The ruins of Llawhaden Castle date from the 11th and 14th centuries. There is quite a lot to see, though the site has little in the way of comforts for the visitor. When we were there some years ago, a key to the site could be obtained from a nearby shop

 

Llawhaden Castle, Pembrokeshire




HOW TO GET THERE

The village of Llawhaden is on a minor road running north from the A40, just the Haverfordwest side of Canaston Bridge. The castle is well signposted.


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Cadw Guidebook: Lamphey Bishop's Palace - Llawhaden Castle

Llawhaden, Dyfed (British Archaeological Reports)

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