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Berry Pomeroy Castle, Totnes

Categories: Ruins, Castles, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
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  • The ruins and history are, of sorts, interesting. The Cafe is odd. The food is cheap and has had all its nutrients extracted (some how) 
  • Very strange place, would not go there at night, strange feeling in the dungon. An old man showed us around, he new lots about the place, when we had finished the tour he gave us, he had gone, we turn...  read more »
  • Loved our visit on a quiet day..we love this type of attraction..well worth the bumpy,uneven road journey... 
  • I've been to Berry Pomeroy twice , it's the best castle I've been too, the commentary is fantastic with Sound effects it really takes you back in time Wonderful will be back T
  • Excellent and it's a must, to do the audio tour! It's part of the admission price too. Went 2 adults and 4 kids so buy the family ticket!
  • HAUNTED, DID YOU SAY? Well I have not seen any 'ghosts'. WHAT WAS THAT? Perhaps 'things' move in the fading light at dusk? Anyway, this was once an expensively decorated house, which was later 'stripped' of its furnishings and slowly faded into ruin. Impressive, none the less, with history that 'slants' toward 'a jealous and deceitful 'sister. DID YOU SEE THAT? It wasn't a GHOST. No such thing as 'GHOSTS'.
  • I love this place. l`ve been going here since l was a young girl, seen many a ghosts and have plenty of storys to tell. l still like visiting, from time to time. Berry Pomeroy, is one of the most haunted castles in England, and is set in beautiful countryside. It was also a location for the Most Haunted series. l must see for ghost lovers!
  • It was around 1580 that the son of the Lord Protector of Edward VI, also called Edward Seymour built this Tudor mansion using ideas from Italian architecture. This mansion sits inside the enclosed area of Berry Pomeroy Castle leaving the gatehouse and curtain wall from the late 1400s intact.
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