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Nunney Castle, Nunney
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  • Only found out about the castle after looking on trip advisor for something to do near Frome. A lovely gem of history in a beautiful village. 
  • Worth a detour to see the substantial ruins in a pleasant village. Easy to park and walk around and into .Nice pub close by . 
  • Although a ruin the front part is still mainly in tact. It is surrounded with a spectacular moat, a bridge takes you across to the castle which has damage at the rear but internally it is still reason...  more »
  • Although the castle is scenic, it is small. But as there is no entry fee, it's more than acceptable, especially given the beauty of its location
  • Free! Beautiful castle in a tiny lovely village just off the A361. Great pub down the road. Well worth a visit.
  • Really nice find tucked away in a small little village , well worth a visit if you are in the area,
  • Lovely ruins of a medieval castle, built by a soldier who made his fortune during the Hundred Years War with France, and believed to be modelled on French designs as it closely resembles of the Bastille. Sited in a picturesque village with lovely local people.
  • My 11X Great Grandfather George Prater once owned this castle. It was in my family for many years. Richard Prater my 10X Great grandfather fought to defend it. I have documentation tracing all of this back to my Grandmother Ina Prater.