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Berry Pomeroy Castle, Totnes
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  • It's a big ruin and ok if your not looking for a complete building with furniture. There's a cafe out front and it's sited in a woodland with lots of space to walk, so you can combine the two. Gift sh...  more »
  • This is a romantic old ruin that dates back to the 1500s. The audio tour is well worth a few quid, and the cafe is very good. There are walks nearby that make it a great day out if the weather is clos...  more »
  • I have driven past the signs to Berry Pomeroy Castle many times over the years but finally visited when I got a 2 for the price of 1 entry offer. I'm so glad I did as it is a fascinating place to see....  more »
  • Impressive ruined manor house and castle. The chapel contains some original wall art of the three wise men in period costume. It is definitely a good idea to take the audio tour so you understand the context of the buildings. The road in is single track with passing places. There is a fair sized car park at the end. The Castle Cafe is particularly good. If on the trail of the Seymours also visit St Marys in Totnes.
  • The ruins of a fortified house from some 300 years ago. There's a nice little cafe and small gift shop. The castle itself will occupy for an hour or two. It would've been better if there was a little more info about some of the rooms, but it was good to be able to wander around everywhere.
  • A beautiful ruined medieval castle that is well worth a visit. The audio tour is second to none as well.
  • Lovely castle. Went here in the early 70s with my family and its still a beautiful castle. They now have a headset system to give visitors a tuturial in key areas. Get there early as the carpark is quite small.
  • Substantial ruins. It was pretty busy during the summer when we visited. There is also a small cafe.