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The Home of Welsh Castle Life: Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Castle’s exciting past. Caldicot Castle’s impressive structure is surrounded by an idyllic 55 acre Country Park. You will be able to travel through time and discover the home...more
All reviews free entry medieval banquet worth a visit tea shop children's play area hot food food stalls great place to visit re enactors lovely surroundings food festival severn bridge car park surrounding area sunny day per adult on display
My son and daughter in law chose this beautiful national heritage castle for their wedding and it was splendid. We were lucky to have a beautiful sunny day too so were able to enjoy the gardens where we had a champagne reception. However be warned,...More
The castle was free to enter on the day we visited and was lovely. It's setting is calm and quiet. It has free parking and a children's play area in addition to a small cafe run by a very friendly and helpful volunteer. You can...More
With the weather so unpredictable we wanted to do something cheap and cheerful that would allow my son to get out and about, exploring. We have been here multiple times over the years and its always a nice bit of time out of the house....More
We went to Caldicot Castle this past weekend and we were pleasantly surprised to see how lovely it is. The grounds are great and my boys had a great time. Lots of history and lots of information. Really enjoyed it!!
Don’t make a day trip of it unless you’re going to a special event held there, like a food festival. The castle itself is nothing compared to the other castles around. It used to be apartments where people lived.
Nice for a stroll around and has picturesque countryside, the castle itself is not the best castle in the world but is starting to host some pretty big artists such as little mix which is pretty exciting- looking forward to seeing more of this!
Unlike many of the other castles in Wales, this one isn't a complete ruin. In fact, it's still lived in. The gatehouse, and its imposing twin towers, sets you on a path of adventure that is the equal of anything else in this area. Great...More