We visited the Castle and Parkland last week and had a lovely time. It was quite a large estate with plenty of walks available and a great adventure playground in the woods which seemed to have a resident peacock which my son loved. The castle itself wasn't expensive to enter unlike other places nearby and even though it was gutted by fire in the 20's, you can see alot of the original features which have been restored by the owners. There are interesting before and after pictures and some examples of period equipment in the basement. There is a fabulous tower which gives you views across a wide area with pictures detailing places to spot and a children's activity room downstairs. We didn't get to see the gardens or church properly as it started to rain heavily but I'm sure these would have been equally as impressive. I would definitely visit again when in the area.
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