We enjoyed a visit to this beautiful castle. English Heritage helped restore the outside of the Castle after it fell into disrepair after a fire in 1929. It is a magnificent looking castle and the grounds and Church are stunning too. Our younger children took part in a bat trail inside the castle but sadly we didn't have time to complete the squirrel trail outside too. The tea room is worth a visit with a good range of homemade cakes/tea's/coffee together with branded chocs/snacks/ice creams/drinks. A trip up the tower is recommended as the views from the top are incredible. Very friendly staff in the Castle and tea room.
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