Kenilworth Castle (Kenilworth) Reviews
Description:Kenilworth Warwickshire CV8 1NE. Tel: 01926 852078. Fax 01926 851514 Open Daily 22 March - 31 October, 10am - 6pm ( or ... more
Newest Review: ... which you can explore and climb to the top, where you will encounter sensational views. The castle gardens are also a must see, which look beautiful, especially in those summer months. You can also buy audio headphones that will tell you all about the castle, definately worth a buy. The parking is sufficient, and there is a stunning park and lake right next to the castle, which makes a great ... more
Customer Kenilworth Castle (Kenilworth) Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/09/08 (Useful, 64 readings)
Kenilworth castle has somewhat been forgotten as one of warwickshire beauties. The castle is just a few miles from Warwick, and is less of a tourist attraction than Warwick castle, it is rather untouched. Much of the castle is in ruins now, which you can explore and climb to the top, where you will encounter sensational views. The castle gardens are also a must see, which look beautiful, especially in those summer months. You can also buy audio headphones that will tell you all about the castle, definately worth a buy. The parking is sufficient, and there is a stunning park and lake right next to the castle, which makes a great day out. Its worth ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/01, updated on 18/04/01 (Very useful, 134 readings)
My recent visit to Kenilworth Castle was a typically depressing Easter day out. Partly because of the horrible Bank Holiday weather but mainly because I wasn’t impressed with the castle itself. Having never read Marlowe’s Edward II or Sir Walker Scott’s Kenilworth the literary heritage of the castle was lost on me. But even so I’m not sure that Kenilworth Castle would have made that much of impression. The main problem is that after the Roundheads blew up the most of the castle during the Civil War there really isn’t a lot to see. What is left mainly now is the outside shell of the castle - the roof-less walls and a few ... Read the complete review
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