Brougham Castle (Penrith) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the times wrong. There is no parking for the castle and therefore you need to park on the nearby roads where there is no fee charged. There is probably room for about 10 cars, maybe more. To get to the castle you walk up a small path where you are then at the admissions office. The lady in here was very friendly and keen to chat and tell us some more about the castle. You then progress through the office and reach the castle using a path where there are also some lovely views of the River Eamont. The Castle -------------- The castle is a ruin but there is still plenty to explore. In addition to the main castle there are also a number o... more
Customer Brougham Castle (Penrith) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/07/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
When we were on holiday last month we decided to join English Heritage. Therefore, after we had joined we decided to take a look at a number of the local sites that were included in our membership fee. One place that we were interested in because of what was stated in the guidebook was Brougham Castle. Unfortunately there was no picture in the book so we weren't entirely sure what to expect but as we were in the area we decided to visit it anyway. Where is it? --------------- Brougham Castle is located 2 miles South East of the town of Penrith in Cumbria. It is easily accessible by car and there are plenty of signs to follow however I ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Brougham Castle (Penrith)
The Needles Old Battery and New Battery (Isle of Wight) - Their location overlooking the Needles and Alum Bay with it's colourful cliffs; historical content. Cost of admittance if also paying for the bus to get here and parking at Alum Bay
Plas yn rhiw (Gwynedd, Wales) - A beautiful house and lovely gardens It is not suitable for young children
Rydal Mount & Gardens (Ambleside, Lake District) - An interesting attraction, with a high level of detail and history Not much parking
|More products in Sightseeing National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Chirk Castle (Wales)|
Easy access, plenty to do.
|The Piece Hall (Halifax)|
Lots of history, free to visit
Only a limited number of shops
|George Square Observation Wheel (Glasgow)|
cosy capsule, views, pretty to look at, friendly staff
prices, views could have been better if not in an enclosed square
|Hay Stacks (Cumbria)||Bocketts Farm Park (Leatherhead)|
lots of baby fluffy things to coo over.
|Spinningfields Ice Rink (Manchester)|
|Carnforth Station and Visitor Centre (Carnforth, Lancashire)|
Very authentic recreation and in a real working train station
Not a huge amount to do there
|Downpatrick and County Down Railway (Northern Ireland)|
Very friendly staff, wonderful experience, fair prices.
Very limited gift shop, a bit of drive from Belfast.
|Carn Liath Broch (Golspie, Scotland)|
A unique place to visit, free entry and parking.
Public transport links are poor and there are no facilities on site.
|West Wittering Beach (West Wittering, West Sussex)|
Picturesque, unspoilt, clean
Can get busy in high season