Absolutely stunning castle inside and out, the most amazing opulence I have ever seen. Shame it was was all built on the blood sweat and tears of slaves both in wales and jamaica! Massive shame the slaves lived in misery and never even had a chance of witnessing the fruits of their labour! But richard pennant did the glutinous consumer was pretending to be royalty on their labour quite literally living like a king. Aushwitz is preserved as a stark warning for future generations not to repeat past mistakes, the history of this place should be revealed openly to its visitors, and not glossed .its a demonstration as to the injustice of one mans greed. The national trust should not own this, it should be bequeathed equally to every jamaican and welsh slave family name who actually earned it. Other than the repugnant injustice of it all the venue is stunning and the staff very friendly. We had a great day but the chapel confused me as I wondered how one man could be so self centered and morally bankrupt even though he incorporated a moral compass in the castle? He must have never visited his chapel
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