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All reviews well worth a visit free entry lovely village couple of hours french style english heritage short walk car park young children hidden gem the pub pretty village walk around civil war nice surprise great place to visit small village
It is worth entering the village and see the remains of a beautiful castle when we are near Yeovil or Bath. Near the hill there is a small parking lot. A picturesque moat surrounds the ruins of the fortress. We can go inside for free....More
We went to Nunney Castle on the way back home as it was nearby and a place that looked interesting. The Castle although a ruin was fascinating , however a bit more information would have been great.
For Castle lovers it’s a must see.
Nunney Castle is such a great place to stroll around and take photos. It's free to enter as there isn't anything inside but that really doesn't matter. Most of the walls are intact and it has an amazing feel about it. From the minute you...More
Can't believe this is free and so conveniently situated. My wife wanted to see an old castle and we travel on our own in a car in a foreign land, England, not so easy. Nunney was the closest to our overnight, but we did not...More
I've only recently become aware of Nunney Castle, and immediately decided that I wanted to see it. The history is fascinating, and there are sequences of photos and drawings online which show it with the cannonball hole, before the wall collapsed.
You will find this...More
This is a out of the way hidden gem. A beautifully maintained medieval castles dating back to 1370.
It is located in the middle of the town which in itself is picture perfect.
A great local pub rounds off a great day out.
We visited Nunney as it was well reviewed on this site. It's set in a quiet and picturesque little village. The castle itself is quite small but very interesting and is surrounded by a moat.
It's pretty much a shell and you can see where...More