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The Norman Keep has an amazing view, if you want top climb the 150 steps (worth it). The castle house itself is an amazing feat of design - a great place to take artsy photos, too. The cafe is very friendly and serves delicious food...More
From the distance, this Medieval Castle looks like many others and you wonder whether you should spend money visiting this one. However, we have never seen anywhere in the world a fortress where various rooms are transformed by eccentric architect to please extremely rich, smart,...More
It's a Victorian High Gothic fantasy castle built on top of the remains of a mediaeval castle built on top of the remains of a Roman fort. The grounds are interesting, the interior is spectacular, and well worth a visit if you're in Cardiff
I loved the 12th century Norman keep.... even climbing the 100 stairs to the top -- the views were magnificent! But the really interesting part was the Edwardian wing with all the beautifully decorated rooms-- not to be missed!!
Feel the history all around the grounds. Take the tour and be sure to see the birds of prey fly about. They are not camera shy at all and the fellow in charge of them is friendly and will answer any questions you may have...More
When we entered the castle it was not too busy. There was an elderly couple at one till and the staff member was asking for extra ID to confirm their address, They did not have any so the staff member cut up the cards that...More
Yes there are quite a few steps particularly up to the Keep but there are also some accessible parts of the Castle. I'd advise you to ring them and explain your friend's disability so they can advise which parts you would... More
Yes there are quite a few steps particularly up to the Keep but there are also some accessible parts of the Castle. I'd advise you to ring them and explain your friend's disability so they can advise which parts you would be able to access.