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Set in the peaceful Wiltshire countryside beside a lake, Old Wardour Castle, near Tisbury was once one of the most daring and innovative homes in Britain. It was built in the 14th century as a lightly fortified luxury residence for comfortable...more
All reviews robin hood civil war english heritage passing places single track audio tour narrow country roads grounds are lovely well worth the effort guide book wiltshire countryside couple of hours interesting history car park banqueting house beautiful ruin grotto
Not a big place but interesting. Plenty of parking, £5.80 to get in unless you have a English Heritage card. It's not a big place but interesting. The guides are great, you get a audio set thrown in. The building is nice, a few steps...More
Visited here on a beautiful sunny day and absolutely loved it. The castle is well preserved enough on one side that you can go in around the inside and climb the staircases to higher floors but damaged by an explosion so it's one half in...More
Really enjoyed our visit. More to explore than you first imagine, and the castle is in remarkable condition considering it's history. We visited when it was reasonably busy, but it certainly didn't feel crowded or rushed. There is an air of tranquility and calm about...More
The Old Wardour Castle is a little bit tricky to find but its worth trying. The landscape is very peaceful and romantic. We went on November so it wasn't the busy holiday season.
It was raining at first but the sky opened up and the...More
We spent a very enjoyable afternoon here walking round the castle. Although some of it is in ruin it was great to be able to climb almost to the top of other parts. Very friendly man in the shop too. We will definitely be back...More
It’s a real nice tranquil place stopped in history and lots to explore its a real nice way to spend an afternoon shame that refreshments are limited and the roads to get there are narrow with passing places
Never been to Wiltshire before, but wow there are some fabulous places to visit. Originally went to Stonehenge the day before and joined the National Heritage Trust, and decided to check out some of the other places in the great book that came with membership....More
My daughter and I discovered this gem for a recommendation from our B&B host nearby in Tisbury. Not far from Shaftesbury in Dorset Country on the edge of Wiltshire. Set in the beautiful country side of Southwest England. Very responsible fee. The day we were...More