Caldicot Castle

Explore Caldicot Castle in a setting of tranquil gardens and a wooded country park. Developed in royal hands as a stronghold in the Middle Ages and restored as a Victorian family home, a thousand years of the castle's romantic and colourful history comes alive with a taped tour. Explore the medieval towers and enjoy the breath-taking views from the battlements. Indulge in a leisurely game of giant chess or drafts, relax in the gardens and grounds and investigate castle life at the Children's Activity Station. The Castle Shop stocks high quality gifts, books and souvenirs and the Tea Room serves traditional refreshments. An active programme of events and activities runs throughout the year. Free parking and toilets. From M4 take junction 23a for Magor and B4245 to Caldicot. From M48 take junction 2 for Chepstow and follow A48 (towards Newport) and B4245 to Caldicot. Castle is sign posted from B4245.

Caldicot Castle, South Wales uk Castles open to the public


Church Road
South Wales
NP26 4HU

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