About Us

The Lamphey Hall Hotel

Resident proprietors Andrew Jones and Wayne Mullins extend you a very warm welcome to Lamphey Hall Hotel.

Andrew, Wayne and their team have strived for years to create this charming hotel, with its lovely dining room adorned with rich colours, portraits and antiques, that have welcomed many happy guests over the years.  Many who have become friends, making it all worth while!

Tucked away on the far South-Western corner of the Welsh coast, and nestled in the village of Lamphey, Lamphey Hall Hotel is a bespoke hotel that dedicates itself to fine food, rest and relaxation. The hotel is very much a family affair, in ambience and character and our guests regularly compliment us on the warm welcome and friendly atmosphere, which combined with good service and fine food, guarantees a memorable experience.

The hotel, a former rectory, enjoys an idyllic setting with award winning beaches and picturesque national park walks just a short drive away. Due to its central location Lamphey Hall Hotel is ideal for both business and pleasure.

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As recommended by The Times Newspaper in their article about '30 great hidden beaches in Britain'

The Times Review

July 2 2016, 12:01am, The Times

It takes half an hour to walk along the clifftop from the car park at Stackpole Quay to the white, golden sands of Barafundle Bay, so it’s usually quiet even in high summer. Backed by pine trees and sand dunes, there’s a lovely, intimate feel to the beach, with clear, shallow waters that are perfect for swimming. Squint your eyes on a sunny day and you might imagine yourself in the Caribbean. There are no facilities, so bring your own picnic; indeed Country Life magazine once deemed Barafundle “the best place in the UK for a picnic”.

Where to stay The Stackpole Inn is a classic cosy pub, with four bedrooms (two family rooms, sleeping up to four). Doubles are from £90 B&B (01646 672324, stackpoleinn.co.uk).

Or stay at Lamphey Hall Hotel (01646 672394, lampheyhall.co.uk), about five miles north, which has smart, cosy B&B doubles from £80 and a well-regarded restaurant.