Caldicot Castle (Monmouthshire, Wales) Reviews
Description:Address: Church Road / Caldicot / Monmouthshire / NP26 4HU / Tel: 01291 420241
Newest Review: ... (5-17)- £2.50 Family (2 adults and 3 children) - £12.00 ~ Find the Castle ~ By Car I drove up by car as it only takes an hour and ten Mins from Bath. From the M4 you need to take junction 23a and B4245 road to Caldicot. If you come from the M48 then you can take junction 2 and follow signs for Chepstow and this will also led you to Caldicot. The castle is sign posted when you reach the ... more
Customer Caldicot Castle (Monmouthshire, Wales) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 390 readings)
~ Feast fit for a King ~ The last bank holiday of August was my Nan's birthday. As 70 is a special number she planned her birthday for the family to have a medieval weekend in Caldicot. She has been planning this for over a year so I know it was going to be a brilliant evening. The main part of her birthday was to go to Caldicot Castle for a banquet. We all had medieval outfits where some were not as pleased to wear as others, but I think we all looked great. After we arrived at Brooklands Motel we got ready into our outfits and all met on the balcony for a toast. We then only had a five minute walk down the road to the castle, which the ... Read the complete review
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