stately homes gardens etc in Pembrokeshire
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Stately Homes & Gardens in Pembrokeshire

Heritage sites also including country houses in Pembrokeshire...

Pembrokeshire Stately Homes, Country Houses & Gardens

Amroth, Saundersfoot, Pembs, SA67 8PP

An 8 acre woodland garden set in a tranquil and secluded valley with one of the best collections of Rhododendrons and Azaleas in Wales.
Tel: 01834 811885
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blank tabTUDOR MERCHANTS HOUSEStately Home
Quay Hill, Tenby Pembs, SA70 7BX

Late 15th Century Town House in which a successful Tudor Merchant would have lived. Furnishings re-create the atmosphere when a Tudor family would have been in residence.
Tel: 01834 842279
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Hilton Court Gardens

Roch, nr Haverfordwest, SA62 6AF
Tel: 01437 710262    Fax: 01437 711074

9 Acres of woodland and lakes in a sheltered hollow above Nolton Haven overlooked by the Balcony tea room. Entrance to the garden is via a cobbled courtyard of converted stone buildings which accommodate craft workshops, a garden centre, restaurant and shop.

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Penrhos Cottage

3 miles from Maenclochog, SA66 7XT
Tel: 01437 731328

A carefully preserved thatched cottage or 'Ty Unos', unique in Pembrokeshire, of a kind which could be built overnight on land claimed "as far as a stone could be thrown" The cottage can be viewed but by appointment only through Scolton Manor Museum.

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Scolton Manor House and Country Park

nr Haverfordwest, SA62 5QN
Tel: 01437 731457

A Victorian manor with upstairs, downstairs exhibits and historical artefacts including a steam train, smithy and wheelwrights shop. The surrounding country park has an eco friendly theme and hosts numerous events in summer. Country park open all year.

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Upton Castle Gardens

nr Cosheston, SA68 0TN
Tel: 01646 689996

The grounds and gardens occupy a secluded wooded valley which runs down to a tributary of the Carew River. The grounds contain over 250 different species of trees and shrubs and are managed by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

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