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We visited here recently and we're lucky to have the place to ourselves for most of the visit. The remains of the castle are stunning as are the views.
Like other reviewers we would have liked to climb the tower but the gate was locked....More
Staying locally for a week and the guide recommended Skenfrith Castle and Grosmont so I got the OS map out, laid it on the floor and found Skenfrith but then also saw the White Castle half way along our route. So we stopped there first...More
A commanding position on top of a hill with widespread views, this is a real castle ( not like that apology for a castle at Skenthrith). Massive corner towers, a deep moat and drawbridge give a real feel for its power in Norman times. Alas...More
A wonderful castle close to Monmouth and Abergavenny. Very beautiful and well preserved castle. Some parking available. A small village with very few amenities. No cost to visit. The children love visiting this castle.
Tucked away in the country lanes in the boarders of Wales and England, this is really a wonderful castle. Although in ruins, there is enough to enable the visitor to visualise what a stronghold this was. Plenty of info boards explaining the building. Managed by...More
As already written in many reviews, this castle offers almost as much as Caerphilly, only with less tourists, free entry and it is, obviously, smaller.
But the atmosphere with so much greenery around the moat and with the complex being within a forest, this couldn’t...More
Was local and I had watched a tv programme featuring this Castle and whilst I am familiar with the area I did not know it existed, even when I got close to I was amazed how tucked away it was and the last two miles...More
Built by the Normans shortly after 1066, this ruined castle at the end of a narrow winding road, seemingly miles from nowhere still gives you a sense of how impressive it must have once been - sadly for some reason when we visited the main...More
On the day we visited it was free to get in. Took a picnic and used one of the picnic tables inside the Castle. Son loved running around the castle pretending to be a knight. Good castle with still high walls and towers set in...More