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Kidwelly is on a par with the other great castles of Wales. We all get our moments. But if you want a truly medieval moment, catch a glimpse of Kidwelly shrouded in early morning mist. Spine-tingling stuff. So complete and well-preserved it’s a...more
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Castle Road | Kidwelly, Carmarthen SA17 5BQ, Wales
All reviews well worth a visit nooks and crannies information boards small car park gift shop steep steps entrance fee little gem few hours small shop friendly staff great visit free entry couple of hours fantastic views castle ramparts
I went here with my family and it was a really good experience. You can go inside the castle and look at it from ages away and then on the way out you could stop in the cafe with us next to it sell good...More
I visited Kidwelly Castle with my 5 year old son and it bought both of us so much joy. Exploring the castle with all it mysterious passage ways and rooms was great fun. There was a magic about the place that moved the imagination to...More
What a lovely little gem of a place. We were staying in Burry Port for a few days and decided to visit this castle. Easy to find well signposted car park quite small but it wasn’t a busy day so parkedno problem. You enter through...More
There is a lot to Kidwelly Castle. It’s full of towers to climb, walls to walk and basements in which to descend. You can spend a lot of time exploring. Facinating.
Entry fee very reasonable at £4. Small gift shop. Good restrooms.
Plenty to look at and enjoy. Hundreds of years old and well managed. The welsh castles are generally amazing. Lots of different towers and walkways. Lovely shop and the small town was interesting with a old style small town feel. Local shops, local people and...More
Cadw have a small car park and a well stocked shop. Not too pricey entry and so much to see, steps to climb and views to admire. Not the largest of castles but one of the best preserved thanks to the absence of Oliver Cromwell...More
On first impression and advertising literature, the castle only looks very small. However, once crossing the drawbridge, it all opens in front of you and it's huge. Much to look at and interesting staircases to climb. One of the most complete castles in Wales, so...More
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Thank you for your question. A family ticket for Kidwelly castle (which will permit entry for two adults and two children under 16) is £12.00. More information on ticket prices and site information can be found on the... More
Thank you for your question. A family ticket for Kidwelly castle (which will permit entry for two adults and two children under 16) is £12.00. More information on ticket prices and site information can be found on the visitor page for Kidwelly Castle on the Cadw website.