Sherborne Castle (Dorset) Reviews
Description:Sightseeing National / New Rd / Sherborne / Dorset / DT9 5NR / United Kingdom
Newest Review: ... in the Digby family ever since and has been remodelled over the generations as styles and latest fashions dictated notably with an extension to the west side of the house to provide more bedrooms and better staff accommodation. In the First World War Sherborne Castle was transformed into a Red Cross hospital and was also used by the army in the Second World War. ==Address:== Sherborne ... more
Customer Sherborne Castle (Dorset) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/09/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
When on holiday anywhere in England I feel it is essential to visit at least one castle whether it is an audacious and grandiose spectacle or pitiful ruins and thankfully I was able to find both in one place and that was at Sherborne Castle, rather unsurprisingly located in the town of Sherborne in Dorset. Getting to the castle (free car park) by road is pretty easy depending on your direction via the M5, A30, or A352 as it is very well signposted although you're going to want to follow the signs as SatNav will apparently lead you astray. By rail you should aim for the Sherborne station which is just a 10 minute walk away and buses also drop you off in Sherborne again a . Read the complete review
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