Camrose Castle - Castell Camros

This is a small motte and bailey castle of early Norman period and then later rebuilt and fortified in stone. It is said that William the Conqueror once stayed here overnight when on pilgrimage to St David's Cathedral. Subsequent landscaping has been undertaken but remains of the bailey wall are visible. The site if off the B4330 north west of Haverfordwest.

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