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The beautiful fabled home of a very wealthy man. While resting on ancient foundations, Castell Coch (Red Castle) is relatively modern, the by-product of a vivid Victorian imagination, assisted by untold wealth. The Middle Ages fascinated the...more
Lovely trip to this Castle that we’ve always viewed from the motorway. We’ve always wanted to go and it was really was stunning. Nestled in the trees, even the drive up was lush. We aren’t particularly interested in history but we’re huge interior design and...More
Great value for money. A well looked after and maintained, cute little castle. A good way to kill a couple of hours as a family. The tea rooms are worth a visit too - had a good espresso and the Avocado & Courgette cake was...More
Castle Coch is in a lovely tranquil countryside location with walks and cycle paths around the grounds. The castle looks more like one you may expect to see in Europe. A modern replica, (built on a whim!) has interesting architecture and furnishings along with elements...More
The audio guide will take you around in 1 to 2 hours but you need longer if you are going to examine the detail of the beautiful paintings & carvings of animals and birds that cover walls & ceilings. SOme of the original medieval castle...More
This is the second time I have been here, the last time being with my parents 37 years ago. The castle has a magical feel about it as It is set on a hill surrounded by woodland. It was lovingly restored by the marquis of...More
Obviously a mini version of Cardiff Castle internally. Pretty Castle and surrounds of countryside. Quite small. A map to tell you where to start would have been helpful. It was a bit confusing to follow a route.
An old castle that was revamped with fantastic decor in Victorian times. It’s high on a hill and can be seen from the motorway. We stopped to look at it and have a picnic on a trip to West Wales . There is a cafe...More
A small castle to see, and refurbished about a hundred years ago, but well done. The audio guide is included in the entry price and it makes the whole visit interesting. There was a lot of scaffolding around when we visited which detracted from the...More