We went here with my brother as he is a real fan of visiting historic buildings and houses as he and his wife were staying with us for the weekend. The castle has limited opening days and hours so do check their website to see when you can visit them. We went in Early September at a weekend when they opened at 2pm.
We arrived early so went to the nearby Saye and Sele Arms for something to eat and drink and ( see my separate Trip Advisor review on that.) Even when we returned from the pub we were still a little early so we made a short visit to the church nearby.
There is ample parking at the castle and accessed by a single lane road. Then it is a short walk from the car park ( the only place where there is a toilet) to the castle entrance.
The castle is surrounded by a water filled moat with a bridge to access the walled area of the castle. On entering the main building you come into the massive, but beautiful, main hall which has lots of interesting items in it, but is appropriately and simply furnished. After that there are numerous smaller rooms which are simple but interesting. The room guides were very helpful.
Once you get to the roof there are some great views over the parkland and the lovely gardens.
There is a small cafe here but we did not use it so i cannot comment on that.
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