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All reviews well worth a visit amazing views information boards welsh history worth the climb ground level outer walls nooks and crannies visitor centre and cafe short film gift shop per adult guide book north wales entry fee world heritage site great place to visit
The one really good thing about Harlech Castle is that even on a grim, dark day, you can still see for miles around. We went on a cloudy but windy day this year and were still able to see the whole of the beach (both...More
The castle itself is in a dilipidated state. But it offers gorgeous views of the beach and the mountains. The cafe had good food. We had lamb stew. The lamb was cooked to perfection. We took one lamb stew home. Also, the gift shop had...More
Interactive media in welcome area and info boards around the castle.
Lots of turrets to climb and scary walk ways, not for the faint hearted. Worth a visit and nice walks around town.
There is parking right in front of the castle, which is pay...More
We were in north Wales, so we thought we’d give this a go and actually it was better than we expected. By their nature, ancient castles are usually more or less ruins, but this had more to it than most. The walks along the battlements...More
Interesting place worth visiting. Information on plaques throughout.
Clean and fairly safe to walk around in suitable footwear.
Different stair cases which are connected leading to the top. Overlooks the sea which was once at the foot of the castle.
Souvenir and coffee shop on...More
Although it was pouring down with rain we really enjoyed our time. We climbed to the top and the it was well worth it for the view. There are history boards within the castle with relay its history. The vistors centre overlooks the castle. It...More