Kidwelly Castle/ Castell Cydweli
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Beautiful castle, steeped in history, in the middle of our cute little town. Find out about our very own Warrior Princess Gwenllian and why there is a Black Cat on our village sign.
Splendid large castle that dominates the town and some wonderful walks along the estuary nature reserve.
It was once a normal strong hold, full of history. Only £12- £18 for a family ticket. Definitely worth a visit as it is only just down the road.
Only a small car park next to the castle but there is a bigger one off the main road by the bridge. Dogs allowed & the kids can run around.
Extremely well preserved castle, wear good non-slip shoes and climb the spiral staircase to the top of the tower. You can really imagine yourself back in time in this castle. if you are lucky, te black cat of Kidwelly castle may cross your path. In a field nearby is where the Warrior princess…
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