Guidlford castle is pretty much a ruin, but is very atmospheric. the gardens around the castle are beautifully kept and it is a delight to wander round this quiet enclacve right in the centre of Guildford.
If you visit make sure you fine the "Alice through the looking-glass" sculpture nearby - head out of the casle grounds downhill and turn left to the gardens behind the row of houses. It is again interesting - I didn't know of the connection between Lewis Carroll, Alice and Guidlford, but all is explained on the information board nearby
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