A ruin in the middle of the city, worth a photo or two, but not much to see. There is a park across the street and the big drinking and eating streets run off.
what a gem in gower! we didnt really know what to expect on our visit butits truly amazing here and you get a real feel for the place. Get some salt marsh lamb while your here! You wont regret it!!
CADW castle. £4.00 entry fee per adult. Beautiful setting with views across the salt marshes and even salt marsh lamb for sale. We have visited a lot of castles in our time but Weobley is very atmospheric and with a little imagination you can almost be there when it was in its heyday. The architecture is fully visible and there... 更多
It's a nice little ruin, but you don't get any further information about it. We visited because we were in the area and as Cadw- and English Heritage-members we didn't have to pay the fee, but compared to other castles that have so much more to offer this one is far too expensive. Moreover, I don't think it's worth to... 更多
Well worth a visit for a couple of ours there is an charge for entry.There no facilities for a cup of coffee or food so take a packed lunch sit out on the grassed area and enjoy the lovely views
We had a lovely visit here with our grandchildren, whilst spending a few days up the road in Llanmadoc. The girls loved being able to wander around the castle and were fascinated by the castle. Good value trip. Car park might be a bit crowded in peak season.
We were the only visitors and had a great time imagining how the castle would have been when occupied. Stunning views over the salt marshes. There is a farmhouse selling salt marsh lamb (which we bought) and where you pay for the castle. The man was very friendly and said he'd just been featured on Coast that past week with... 更多
This is on the North side of the wonderful Gower peninsula. It has a good cafe but is best as the starting point for a lovely walk down to the estuary where you can walk in either direction to complete a circular trip. It the wind is strong from the East this walk is beautifully sheltered.