Trail

Penrhyn Castle

7 personnes du coin recommandent ·

Conseils des habitants

Julian And Jess
Julian And Jess
January 20, 2019
Beautiful country house in Llandygai, Bangor in the form of a Norman castle. Always worth a walk around this National Trust site come rain or shine.
Jules
Jules
October 6, 2018
Part of our NorthWalien Heritage of Slate quarries. Part of the big story of a castle built on the backs of quarrymen & families
Jane
Jane
October 2, 2018
Penrhyn Castle is now in the care of the National Trust and has extensive grounds and outbuildings with a bit of transport museum. The castle is a show of extreme wealth. If I'm not mistaken it was only used for a few months a year as a hunting lodge. There are lots of helpful and knowledgeable…
Anita
Anita
August 30, 2018
National trust owned, interesting victorian stately home with gardens.
Helen
Helen
March 8, 2017
One of our favourite national trust castles. Amazing grounds with beautiful views. Take a picnic or stop in cafe. Dog friendly grounds.

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