Lamphey Hall Hotel
An introduction to Lamphey Hall Hotel
- 3 Star
- Dog/Pet Friendly
- Group Friendly
Lamphey Hall is prominently situated in the village centre. All rooms are indiviually designed and decorated.
A traditional and quiet family run country-house hotel, formerly a Rectory, in mature gardens on the Tenby to Pembroke road, convenient for the ferry, and numerous tourist attractions. Friendly personal attention by resident proprietors with experienced professional staff who understand the high standards expected of them. Excellent lunch and evening menu. Our hotel is a vocation in progress, ensuring we provide and you enjoy. Pembrokeshire's best kept secret!
Restaurant and Bistro
Lamphey Hall Hotel also has a well known, award winning restaurant and bar where guests can enjoy anything from a quick drink to an a la carte meal. Open every day, the dishes offered make use of local produce whenever possible including a fantastic range of local meat, poultry and fresh seafood such as Sewin and Lobster. To accompany, we have an excellent selection of European and New World wines.
Our restaurant has a non smoking policy and if weather permits both lunch and dinner can be served Al Fresco in our manicures and shaded gardens with pond and water feature.
Guests wishing to dine in the restaurant should reserve a table as soon as possible as tables cannot be kept for residents without prior reservation.
We cater for special diets such as vegetarian, gluten free and dairy free provided we are notified in advance.
Traditional Sunday lunches at £10.95 for three couses are a triumph and amongst the best value you will find. So if you're a resident on the weekends book early!
During December we host our Christmas Fayre lunches and dinners in both our restaurant and bistro. This year we have two different menus and early advanced booking is essential.
Group bookings must choose from one menu and confirm the individual choices three days before the function date.
All rooms are individually designed, decorated and equipped to the highest standards. All have en-suite facilities, direct dial telephone, colour TV, hairdryer, luggage rack and beverage tray. All beds are fitted with cotton sheets, and duvets and blankets are available
Cereal and toast, fresh fruit and a selection of juices are always available. Alternatively, why not start the day with a full cooked Pembrokeshire breakfast? Light snacks such as sandwiches can be made to be taken to resident's rooms.
- Single room – £55.00 1 person
- Double room – £75.00 2 persons
- Single occupancy – £60.00 1 person
- Twin room – £75.00 2 persons
- Single occupancy £60.00 1 person
- Family room – £75.00* 2 persons
- *plus cost per child up to age of 16
- Deluxe Double with jacuzzi – £80.00 2 persons
- Deluxe Double with jacuzzi – £65.00 1 person
- Family apartment with lounge diner and jacuzzi, bath and shower, 2x double and 1x single – £425.00 per week.
Children up to the age of five, sharing their parent's room are charged at £5.00 each (bed and breakfast).
A cot and high-chair are available. Babies not requiring a cot e.g. sleeping in a carry cot, stay free. Older children sharing their parent's room are charged reduced rates.
There is ample free parking for those using the hotel's services immediately outside, with room for approximately twelve vehicles.
All rooms are non-smoking, as well as the main lounge and restaurant. Guests and visitors are welcome to smoke at the bar or in the grounds.
We have two ground floor rooms with en-suite bathrooms appropriate for those with disabilities. We advise checking the specifics of rooms in advance to ensure suitability.
As dog lovers ourselves, well behaved dogs are most welcome at Lamphey Hall Hotel. Please note that dogs must not be left unattended when owners are away from the hotel.
We are also happy to let guests use the hotel's fax and photocopying points.
Packed lunches can be made for day trips provided we are given sufficient time to prepare them.
If you stand on top of Foel Cwmcerwyn, the highest peak of the Preselli Mountains, on a clear day you can see Ireland, Devon and every county in Wales with the exception of Anglesey and Monmouthshire. as well as nearly every part of Pembrokeshire.
No county in South Wales rivals Pembrokeshire in the number and variety of its castles. In all more than fifty were built during the medieval period, not to mention diverse ecclesiastical fortifications, fortified manor-houses and the many church towers predominant in the south, virtually each one of which was a stronghold providing a place of refuge and resistance against attack.
Lamphey was once a luxurious country retreat for the Bishop of St. David's. A place of retirment and leisure for the bishops, was provided with gardens, orchards, fishponds, water-mills, a dovecot and a deer park. In 1644 the palace was garrisoned for Parliament and may well have suffered some damage. In any event, it was occupied no longer and fell into decay.
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