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Stokesay Castle

| Stokesay, Craven Arms, Ludlow SY7 9AH, England
+44 1588 672544
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Amazing manor house

Really good place to visit. It's really well preserved and the audio tour is excellent. There's a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Dave M
Norwich, United Kingdom
A wonderful step back in history

Stokesay is steeped in history, an excellent opportunity to step,back into the history books... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Jackie W
United Kingdom
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| Stokesay, Craven Arms, Ludlow SY7 9AH, England
+44 1588 672544
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Reviewed yesterday

Really good place to visit. It's really well preserved and the audio tour is excellent. There's a lot of climibing about so may not suit less mobile visitors.

Thank Dave M
Reviewed 3 days ago

Stokesay is steeped in history, an excellent opportunity to step,back into the history books..... Staff are very helpful and a credit...

Thank Jackie W
Reviewed 6 days ago

We sliddered in half an hour before closing and the friendly staff still let us in for a brief peek and we were enchanted enough to come back. The swallows stole the show, but the gatehouse alone and view from the tower are well worth...More

Thank LadyMothwing
Reviewed 1 week ago

A wonderfully preserved example of Medieval England. A beautiful hall with fortified rooms and tower. The vastness of the space in the hall is breathtaking and the ingenuity of the people who built this place is evident all around. The views up and down the...More

Thank Sue E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We came across this castle by accident and were we glad that we decided to visit it. As you drive up to the car park you can't help but be struck by its grandeur. Then you walk past the beautiful church and into the castle...More

Thank Annie P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We detoured to go to Stokesay Castle and it turned out to be a real gem. A fascinating building with a mixed style of architecture. The Castle was supported by an excellent cafe with scones to die for.

Thank Dick600
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A stunning building beautiful architecture and history awaits you.they hold many a venue with activities for the children google stokesay castle for a list of events

Thank Jaydle15
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very interesting building, Good tour of the main and outbuildings. Full of history, and guides gave interesting facts and answered all questions. Well worth a visit, also to Craven Arms, Much Wenlock and the surrouning countryside

Thank mitchn12017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Spent a very enjoyable afternoon here, it’s not big and you will need your imagination to what the castle was like when inhabited as the rooms are not furnished. You can get an audio guide to use as you walk around but we just sat...More

Thank thegamesplayer
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very interesting place to visit , there is an audio tour although we opted not to take it as our visit was Purley photographical, very old and well preserved

Thank ValerieMH
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26 September 2016|
Response from Halfhighlander | Reviewed this property |
The fireplace in the Solar and the Solar room itself was refashioned in the 17th Century.. as were many of the other rooms in the castle. The Gate House is also 17th Century. [citing information from the English Heritage... More
13 January 2015|
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Response from Halfhighlander | Reviewed this property |
"Allowed in grounds on lead only. Assistance dogs welcome throughout the site. Dogs not allowed inside castle buildings." (English Heritage website)
13 January 2015|
Response from jeanette p | Reviewed this property |
You can take dogs within the grounds, but they can't go inside the castle.