Lamphey Court

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Lamphey Court
Lamphey Court Hotel - - 968566.jpg
LocationPembrokeshire, Wales
Coordinates51°40′25″N 4°52′09″W / 51.6736°N 4.8691°W / 51.6736; -4.8691Coordinates: 51°40′25″N 4°52′09″W / 51.6736°N 4.8691°W / 51.6736; -4.8691
OS grid referenceSN 0171 0110
Listed Building – Grade II*
Official nameLamphey Court
Designated14 May 1970
Reference no.5968
Lamphey Court is located in Pembrokeshire
Lamphey Court
Location of Lamphey Court in Pembrokeshire

Lamphey Court is a Greek revival mansion north of the village of Lamphey, Pembrokeshire, South Wales built in 1823 by Charles Delamotte Mathias from the profits of slavery on the tea plantations of Jamaica. It was designated in 1970 as an important Greek revival house of high architectural quality.[1][2][3] After restorations and extensions Lamphey Court was re-opened by the present owners in 1980.[2] It currently operates as a Best Western hotel.

The main facade is two storeys high and seven bays wide. A full height four column Ionic portico occupies the three centre bays which are recessed behind the columns.[2] The whole is rendered and whitened and the low hipped slate roofs are concealed behind a plain parapet.[3]


  1. ^ Lamphey Court (ID PRN6650). in the 'SMR' for Dyfed Archaeological Trust (DAT). Retrieved 30 September 2021
  2. ^ a b c Cadw. "Lamphey Court (5968)". National Historic Assets of Wales. Retrieved 30 September 2021.
  3. ^ a b "Lamphey Court (22219)". Coflein. RCAHMW. Retrieved 30 September 2021.

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