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Restormel Castle, Lostwithiel

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Restormel Castle is located in Lostwithiel. A visit to Restormel Castle represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Lostwithiel tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • On a rainy day the walk from Lostwithiel to Restormel Castle. This was quite far and when you consider that it is only open from april;) then you can you have to remember that we were quite disappointed. but the walk through the beautiful surroundings makes up for it and we do have a glimpse can collecting the Castle
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  • Me and my partner visited Restormel Castle last year and it was one of the best English Heritage sites we've visited based on the cost of entry which is quite low. Plenty of informative signs dotted a...  more »
  • Restormel Castle is an interesting ruins of a Norman castle. The remnant is the round upper Castle. There is a car park directly at the Castle, should be so not in Lostwithiel unsettle themselves - the walk of the place is very nice but relatively long to recommend which is not necessarily in the rain. Restormel Castle belongs to English Heritage.
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  • Visited on abit of a gloomy day but I think maybe that added to the slightly eerie atmosphere. It doesn't take long to wander around and there are info boards every now and again which tell you how the castle may have once looked and some historical facts. On a sunny day it would be nice to have a picnic here.
  • An excellent and rare example of a Norman shell keep.
  • Ruins of the castle hold a lot of very interesting history. Great place to go and discover the past. Tickets are not expensive. Get some food and drinks with you and have a picnic there in a beautiful surroundings.
  • Very interesting building, nice to walk around with great views
  • Fantastic insight into the past