Entrance fee is reasonable and we enjoyed a potter around the grounds.
While the Castle is very much a ruin, there is a tower which you can climb up and a number of nooks and crannies. Views are excellent as you might expect from a strategically place Castle.
There are a number of plaques providing information, although one or two have last all of the information and need replaced.
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