Raglan Castle (Raglan) Reviews
Description:Historical Tudor style castle in Wales Off the A40 7m SW of Monmouth, Gwent.
Newest Review: ... is a small café where you can get refreshments and this is clean and tidy but the prices are a little high as in most places like this, but if you take a flash then you can sit in the car park and have a cup of tea or coffee and the car parking is free, so you can enjoy your brew under the gaze of the dark castle walls. Inside the castle there are two rooms with exhibitions inside which ... more
Customer Raglan Castle (Raglan) Reviews (2)
by Diane Park - written on 05/02/12
We visited this little cafe which is located next to the castle. We were very pleasantly surprised with this super little cafe. The staff are very friendly , the food is fresh and the portions are large and good value for money. The views are spectacular and there are tables outside in a courtyard or on a lovely patio area. We now call in every time we pass Raglan !
by - written on 09/02/11, updated on 09/02/11 (Very useful, 235 readings)
I love going out to visit historical monuments and the other weekend we went for a drive and passed Raglan Castle so we decided to turn the car around and go inside. Raglan castle is situated near Monmouth on the A449 or you can follow the directions from the A40 but you cannot miss it as it stands proudly on a hillside looming over the road in all it's glory. Admission is £3 for an adult, a family ticket will cost you £8 .60 which admits two adults and two children under 16 years old and children under 5 are free, for the disabled and their companion it is also free and you can take dogs in as long as they are kept on a lead and not left to run ... Read the complete review
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