Castles of South Pembrokeshire

Castles

Carew Castle and Tidal Mill

Carew Castle
Carew Castle

This lovely spot has a Norman castle with Elizabethan conversion, an 11th Century Celtic Cross, a restored tidal mill, a 23 acre millpond, a causeway and picnic area. (01646 651 782) – Carew, Tenby, SA70 8SL

Pembroke Castle

Pembroke Castle
Pembroke Castle

This large impressive Norman castle with well preserved walls and towers was the birthplace of King Henry VII. It was besieged by Cromwell in the Civil War and only fell after 7 weeks when the water supply was cut off. Excellent views from the top of the Keep. The large lawn in the centre of the castle is often used for displays and performances. Includes tableaux, a brass rubbing centre, an underground cave and a snack bar. (01646 684 585) – Pembroke, SA71 4LA

Manorbier Castle

Manorbier Castle
Manorbier Castle

A Norman castle in a splendid setting overlooking a beach. It was the birthplace of Gerald of Wales who described Manorbier in his chronicles as ‘the pleasantest spot in Wales’. The castle includes large size wax figures, atmospheric music, beautiful gardens and a tea room, (01834 871394) – Manorbier, Tenby, SA70 7SY

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