Haverfordwest Priory

The remains of this early 13th century Augustinian priory lie beside the River Cleddau on the edge of Haverfordwest. It is very badly ruined, but there is enough masonry left to give you a feel for what it was like in its heyday. The priory has a rare example of a medieval ecclesiastical herb garden. The site is effectively a public park and entry is free.

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North Transept exterior
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East end of Priory Church
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Church and Garden
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South Transept and Garden
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Garden
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Cloister
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Nave looking East
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North Transept exterior
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North and South Transepts
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Nave and North door
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Blocked doorway?
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South Transept
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Drain?
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Annotated Aerial View