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A dedicated follower of fashion For over 900 years Tretower Court and Castle has been altered, adjusted and adapted. Much of this was done to keep up with style, fashion and the tastes of the time. The Picards and the Vaughans who lived here were...more
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Powys, Tretower, Crickhowell | near Crickhowell, Tretower, Brecon Beacons National Park SO 184 212, Wales
All reviews well worth a visit manor house english heritage hidden gem information boards friendly staff re enactors on site the kitchen medieval garden short walk castle court interesting visit medieval times century manor the main road picnic tables
My wife and I visited on St Davids day. Great it was free entrance. We founfd this place on our way to abergavenny and were were so glad we did. Its well worth a visit. It takes you back to a different age.
Me and my family visited on a rainy day and it didn't dampen our enjoyment and a wonderful historic place. We always enjoy historical buildings and this was really good. The castle was really interesting but the house itself was something else. A must see...More
Well what a super place to visit , this is a stunning castle ruin with attached court house that has been partially & perfectly restored to its former glory , well worth a visit . The sheep grazing in the nearby paddock add to the...More
My dog, Marley and I visited this castle today and spent a happy hour wandering around the court and the castle. There was a very warm welcome from the ticket office with lots of details given about the history of the court and the best...More
Visited as a Cadw member as we were in the vicinity anyway. What a fabulous piece of history tucked away!
The house is a gem with proper usable rooms throughout that you're encouraged to touch, feel and pick up artefacts and props. Beautifully restored it's...More
I don’t think We have ever been greeted with so much enthusiasm and knowledge of the site that we were visiting
It is quite a wonderful ruin and an amazing tower and the house is undoubtedly the best bit
Really well worth a visit