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Tucked away in a deep wooded valley, Berry Pomeroy Castle is the perfect romantic ruin with a colourful history of intrigue. Within the 15th-century defences of the Pomeroy family castle, looms the dramatic ruined shell of its successor, the great...more
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Webite says access via narrow lane, their not kidding:-), if you have a motorhome, forget it, you ain't getting in there! Once there in the admitedly small but useable car park a short walk will have you stepping back in time. The audio tour coupled...More
The castle itself is in ruins but still very interesting. The audio tour really makes it and this is very easy to use and understand. We spent a good 90 minutes going round and learning about the history and the Seymour family. Unfortunately we couldn't...More
We were very impressed with our visit. We were expecting a few ruined walls and discovered a huge site with many of the walls still in tact and even some rooms to explore. Dogs are welcome to explore too and we were lucky to visit...More
Visited Berry Pomeroy Castle and having been here before enjoyed it immensely and actually saw a ghost. Was walking towards the Great Hall area at the back of the castle and to the right I saw a little girl around 7 years old dressed what...More
A ruined Tudor mansion built in the grounds of an older castle. It is set in attractive grounds to grass. Each area is documented on an informative sign, featuring pictures that help visualize its appearance prior to ruination.
The extent of the site makes this...More
It is actually quite well looked after and is well worth visiting with the kids. We were there with our grandchildren and brought a picnic. Luckily the weather was fine and we could run around and spend the afternoon doing just that.
Very beautiful place with lots of ruins and history to learn. Good audio guide which is free. Getting there was a nightmare with single track lanes galore but there is an easier route than we went so make sure you scout that out first. A...More