Visted with my partner and 11 month old son. For the entry fee (about £5 each, under 3's are free) you get access to a small walled garden, the castle and a large garden/orchard to the rear of the castle.
The walled garden is lovely and would be great to sit in on a sunny day. The garden to the rear of the castle has a dovecot in it which you can go inside as well as great views of the whole rear of the castle. There is an orchard here too and the staff said to help ourselves to the apples so we took a couple, which were quite nice.
The castle itself is a mix of ruined and still complete sections of varying ages including a painted sealing which is really nice. They have done a good job of looking after the site without taking away from its original features. We didn't use the cafe whilst we were there and the staff in the shop were very helpful.
Also of note for people without cars is that this castle is minutes from a train station which is on the fife circle line, easily accesible from Edinburgh and most areas of Fife. As far a s accesibility goes we managed with a buggy round the garden and grounds, all of which have grassy ramps as well as steps but only a small section of the castle would be easy to access with a wheelchair as some of it is ruins which uneven ground and rock and the upstairs sections are accessed via the usual spiral stairs. We opted to leave the buggy outside the castle and carry our son round.
Definitly a place I would recommend visiting.
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