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This castle home to Bangor Council is in immaculate condition and is extremely easy to be guided around getting an insight into all of the history about the previous owners. Visitors will really enjoy the guided tours getting a feel of ancient times.
The Castle is in a very picturesque setting , I'm sure that the views from the top floor are great .
Parts of the building appear to be older ?
We didn't enquire about a tour inside which means there's an excuse to go back...More
We found this castle listed as an attraction around Llanberis and decided to go. I love looking around castles and I must say I was not disappointed. Its absolutely beautiful inside and out, the gardens are stunning but the castle was the main interest for...More
This is a super place to meet friends and family for a coffee/ lunch catchup. The cafe is called Cafe Cure and The the staff are very friendly and helpful. At the moment there is a splendid display of an extensive range of L.B.D. My...More
Had an amazing time here. The staff are so friendly and knowledgeable. There wasn't any part of the castle that wasn't interesting. The guides gave you little gems of information about the rooms that really brought the place to life for you. I enjoyed the...More
you must see bangor museum at the castle,you will be amazed at the history of bangor,and surrounding areas like the Abbey,Groomsport and bangor town itself.One of the first abbeys,folks leaving from groomsport in the potato famine for America ,the list goes on and on,you will...More
There are aspects of this building that have redeeming qualities. There is a bit of a museum and a dining facility,that is actually quite good. It is a big venue for non-church weddings and the photo facility is quite good. Really good views of the...More
More of a large country house than a castle. Used now as Council Offices and for weddings.
It was completed in 1852 for the Hon Robert Edward Ward - in the Elizabethan-jacobean revival style and had no fewer than 35 bedrooms with a huge salon...More