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A dedicated follower of fashion For over 900 years Tretower Court and Castle has been altered, adjusted and adapted. Much of this was done to keep up with style, fashion and the tastes of the time. The Picards and the Vaughans who lived here were...more
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Powys, Tretower, Crickhowell | near Crickhowell, Tretower, Brecon Beacons National Park SO 184 212, Wales
Visited as a Cadw member as we were in the vicinity anyway. What a fabulous piece of history tucked away!
The house is a gem with proper usable rooms throughout that you're encouraged to touch, feel and pick up artefacts and props. Beautifully restored it's...More
I don’t think We have ever been greeted with so much enthusiasm and knowledge of the site that we were visiting
It is quite a wonderful ruin and an amazing tower and the house is undoubtedly the best bit
Really well worth a visit
We had a great visit, we received a lovely welcome from staff who pointed us towards the castle via the beautifully maintained gardens. The villa itself is wonderful as you really get a feel for what it would have been like to live there due...More
This was our fisrt visit to Tretower, we are members of CADW and enjoy visiting many of their sites, but this was a first for us here. What an amazing find, the staff were extremely helpful in point out various aspects worthy of further investigation...More
Parking is across the street from the entrance to the Manor House. The site is run by Cadw (Welsh, English Heritage) and has free access for English Heritage members of more than one year (50% discount for less than 2-years). As well as the Manor...More
If you’re in the Brecon area it is worth a visit to Tretower Court and castle. We found most interesting was the great Hall with some of the furniture and furnishings that they have included. There’s also a quite nice re-created midieval garden with a...More
The smiling staff know so much and are clearly excited by the history of the two buildings, which helped us to feel the same. The castle and house are separated by a small meadow. The garden of the house has been planted and reconstructed as...More
This is a great place to stop off at. You wouldn’t necessarily make a special journey of any length to come here, but to break our journey up this was a lovely stopover.
The lady in the shop could not have been more helpful. There...More