If you're in, or passing through, Llanberis, this place is a must see. A short walk from the the town and you're likely to find you're the only visitors to this beautiful ruined castle in its magnificent location. Take your camera, take your time, and just enjoy this beautiful (and free) piece of Welsh history.
This is a small ruin of a castle originally built by the Welsh (instead of the English king Edward I in hopes of suppressing the Welsh). Entry is free, and it doesn't take long to see the entire structure and the outline of what's left of the rest of the castle walls. You can reach the ruin from a car... 更多
The little castle is in the grounds of the Royal Victoria Hotel, but is free and open access. There is a small car park off the main road and a short but steep climb to the tower, where you can climb safely to the top. The views are stunning on a good day and whilst there is not much historic... 更多
Sorry but this castle is let down by both the signs to the location and the information given. One of the worst places we've been to for historical information. Useless. Please put more signs up. In fact I liked the location. And if I knew more about the site I'd have appreciated the visit more.
Been admiring this castle from afar, good location nice picturesque walk through the wood to get to the castle, and what a view waiting for you when you get to the top.
I knew the castle was there, but I was surprised by how stunning the views were, and how easy it was to climb. We walked over to the castle while waiting for our turn on the Snowdon Railway, the. Took our time climbing around and taking photos.