Powis Castle (Powys) Reviews
Description:Powis Castle, Nr. Welshpool, Powys, SY21 8RF, Wales Tel: 01938 554336
Newest Review: ... history and function. It also gives a sense of how have fashions changed over the centuries. Some of the furnishings are Elizabethan or Jacobean (durable, practical pieces of wooden furniture); other exhibits date from Georgian times and are more elaborate and ornate. Much of the original structure still survives, so you get a real sense of what it would have been like to live there. Most ... more
Customer Powis Castle (Powys) Reviews (2)
by - written on 12/04/13 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Powis Castle is a medieval castle in mid-Wales. Over the centuries it has slowly been modified from a fortified castle into a family home. It now contains a fine collection of artifacts from all periods of its history, as well as a separate museum dedicated to Clive of India and displaying an impressive array of items relating to that country. Getting There ------------------ Powis Castle is very easy to find. It sits just outside Welshpool and Newtown and is well signed with the usual brown signs. There is a huge, free car park located just outside the castle itself, so even on busy days, parking should not be an issue. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/02, updated on 31/01/02 (Very useful, 150 readings)
I sat down at my trusty keyboard originally to write a glowing review about ‘Walkers Crisps’, my first venture into the Food and Drinks category, only to find that my suggestion was ‘too specific’ and not considered appropriate. Obviously not ‘gourmet’ enough. ‘Pickled Walnuts’ are fine, but try and introduce food for the common man and the great and the good of Dooyoo give you the brush off. Still Walkers’ loss is the National Trust’s gain, so let me tell you about one of my favourite places to visit, a place of peace and tranquility where you can gaze upon the (golden) wonders of nature whilst eating ... Read the complete review
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