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Lamphey genuinely welcomes visitors.  Pop into the Dial Inn for lunch or dinner (well-managed, looked-after beers, decent fresh local produce, especially fish,  properly cooked and interestingly presented) and you'll find that local people will happily come up and chat, and pass the time of day with you.

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What to do

Hotels

Lamphey Court Hotel
http://www.lampheycourt.co.uk/
Lamphey Hall Hotel
http://www.theaa.com/hotels/27339.html
Travelodge
http://www.travelodge.co.uk/  

Days Out for Children

Manor House Wildlife Park
http://www.manorhousewildanimalpark.co.uk/  I like it because the people who work here seem to genuinely like the animals, and have respect for them - in return, the (deeper thinking) animals such as the reindeer are affectionate and calm back to visitors.
Folly Farm
http://www.folly-farm.co.uk/ Just don't go on one of those July days when there are school trips!   Great for little ones, with lots of hands on stuff for them - and I enjoyed being taught how to milk a goat.
Oakwood
http://www.oakwood-leisure.com/ Best thing is to drop your older kids off at the gate at 10 am and arrange to collect them at 4 pm.   Much better at the start and the end of the season, when, so I'm told, there are sometimes no queues at all.

Days Out In General

Tenby
http://www.virtualtenby.co.uk/webcamlive.asp Good place to go out for a drink with your mates.
Pembroke Festival
http://www.pembrokefestival.org.uk/
 
Pembroke Castle
http://www.pembrokecastle.co.uk/
 
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
http://www.pcnpa.org.uk/
 
 
 
 

 

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Last modified: April 28, 2007