My wife & I visited Pembroke Castle during a visit to the area and have to say what an interesting visit it was.
Having paid the £5.50 entrance fee each, we paid an extra £1.50 each to receive a guided tour of the castle. This turned out to be a great idea as we learnt so much more from the guided tour than you could do on your own.
The tour lasted an hour at least and Martyn, the guide was fantastic, very interesting and full of facts.
The castle and grounds are lovely, with plenty of room for a picnic. The only slight negative was the cafe, having to pay over £14 two large rolls (served in plastic trays) and a tea and coffee (served in plastic cups). Look to eat at the many cafes that can be found in the main street in Pembroke.
However, despite this small moan, we would highly recommend Pembroke Castle for anyone in the area interested in history.
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