A wonderful place to visit with the castle and gardens both worth seeing. The walk across the causeway is not too taxing although as it's cobbles perhaps not too easy for those with shaky legs. The castle tells a lovely story of the link between family & castle going back hundreds of years but for me I would have enjoyed a little more detail - nothing was said about St Michael's appearing on the mount (apparently how it got it's name) or about the earlier monastic inhabitants. What is there is fascinating, but I believe it could be even more so.
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