Ruined, almost flattened, but romantic castle. Originally a family home rather than garrison. Easily understood and well presented layout. Excellent exhibition and artefacts in Priests House. Must see church which is family mausoleum including crypt with complete lead coffins. Good toilets, but don't be fooled by "refreshments" mentioned in English Heritage handbook; it's a coffee machine in the corner of the shop!
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