SM 989-014 Pembrokeshire Wales
Barnard's Tower is a 13th century three storey spur-tower, founded by William de Valence. Flanking the north-east angle of the medieval town wall of Pembroke, it was built for independent defence. The entrance to the forebuilding was once defended by a bridge-pit and its vaulted passage was guarded by a gate and a portcullis. A spiral stair, gives access to all the floors and the dome-vault roof supports the remains of a parapet. Nearby is Pembroke Castle and 12 miles north is Haverfordwest Castle.
Barnard's Tower is located in Pembroke, off Millpond Walk. 56 miles west of Swansea, on the M4-A48-A40-A477.
The site is managed by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and is freely accessible in daylight hours.
There are car parks nearby.