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Parking your car you are given the treat of seeing the castle ruins for the first time. As you approach over the wooden ramp you are able to take in the grandeur and can only imagine how wonderful this castle was when it was whole....More
I loved my visit here but not for the disabled , it is a fascinating castle to visit, sadly it starting raining when I was there so did not spend as long as I wished so it is on my list as a place to...More
Love the circular walk around this place.we usually park in the village centre which very pretty, and walk down to the priory. Sadly the priory is not free but the meadows run right beside it and give uninterrupted views of the ruins, These have to...More
This was one of the largest Norman castle complexes in England, now it is one of the largest ruins, with extensive and impressive earthworks. You will do a fair amount of walking to see it all, the views of the countryside are delightful, especially if...More
Pretty, quiet rural castle remains. Would be ideal for families with children as there is lots to explore. Unfortunately, due to the terrain, the area is unsuitable for those with walking disabilities or wheelchairs, but pleasant to view from a distance.
We have been here a few times over the years. A beautiful place to let the kids run around with the dogs,safe too. A nice place to have a picnic. The earthworks are massive and steep,but we’ll defined. And there is no entry or parking...More