Visited with daughter and had a voucher for 15% off admission. As we had bought our dog my daughter volunteered to not look around the castle (she isn't a fan of historical properties.
We had great fun looking around the Owl Sanctuary and found it very interesting and also enjoyed the birds of prey display on the castle's terrace.
We had lunch in the castle's cafe in the stablemate. It was'nt particularly cheap but portions were large and the food was lovely.
The castle was beautiful and the free audio wands with the castle owners as guides helped take you from room to room.
For families with children there were lots of play areas as well as an indoor meadow maze.
The grounds were beautiful with fantastic views over the valley.
We finished our visit by watching the heron feeding in front of the castle. It was a splendid sight seeing 11 wild herons appear out of nowhere and watch them up close.
I think this attraction will appear to all ages and would certainly recommend it as a day out.
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