Lawhaden Castle, located about ten miles east of Haverfordwest in south Wales, started it's life as a property of the Bishop's of St. Davids. Bishop Thomas of Bek in the reign
of Edward I rebuilt the castle
improving its defences. The castle is surrounded by a deep ditch and earth banks. The remains include sections of the twin-towered gate house, parts of the curtain wall
and the main hall.