Walked around the remains of the castle and ramparts on a very windy day but we still enjoyed it. Interesting history and still got the cannons and original structures from the wars centuries ago. Go here if in the area
Not much remains of this old castle (thanks to the Victorian's !!) but what there is left is more than enough to fire the imagination. Sited on the wonderful River Tweed and adjacent to the railway bridge (a sight in itself), it is well worth a visit to try and imagine all the life that went on here over the... 更多
A pleasant and engaging walk to visit what little remains of a once impressive feature of the area. If you like a walk, research the history and enjoy the view.
Worth the walk as the riverside and bridges are nice to see, The Castle is little more than a small ruin, but you can imagine how it once would have dominated this corner of the the Tweed
Real shame this relic hasn't been as well maintained as it perhaps could have been. I'd wager it was a dominant landmark in eons gone by but now it's essentially a ruin tucked behind the railway station. Pity!
This castle walk can take up to 2 hours to cover, as you find youself stopping and talking in the various attractions on route. Great for the kids, but they must stay on the path in parts as there are long drops that are dangerous - Enjoyed it though