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Denbigh’s finest feature is its striking triple-towered great gatehouse. Want to get a historian really excited? Mention Denbigh’s triple-towered great gatehouse. Probably one of the seven wonders of Wales. We think you’ll agree. Striking. Crowning...more
All reviews well worth a visit information boards surrounding countryside sound effects a small car park guide book fascinating history fantastic views blue sky north wales english heritage members town walls admission price hot drinks machine steep hill lucky with the weather large area
My husband, 2 children and I, visited here on Sunday 17th of march. We were greeted in the visitors centre by a very pleasant man, who also gave my daughters a sheet to do the castle quest. The castle, although a little run down, was...More
Whilst the castle is mainly in a ruinous state, the layout and some original features of the building are still obvious and overall it was a great way to spend an hour for just £4 entry.
The views from the walls and grounds are wonderful...More
Great location, perched on the hill above town with views across the surrounding Denbighshire countryside. The castle itself is pretty ruinous but you can still get a clear idea of the stronghold it would have been.
Nice little visitor centre with good clean restrooms. Friendly...More
We have been meaning to visit for ages and weren't disappointed! Well kept with good descriptions and friendly staff. Stunning views and location.
Visit slightly marred by 3 local young lads who kept getting into the castle grounds making a lot of noise and generally...More
Wonderful Castle, very well maintained. Amazing views in all directions, we walked around the ancient wall’s around the castle also and so glad we did.
Car parking is available, but we did make the mistake of exiting the ‘mound’ via the most difficult route possible...More
loved it here; it has terrific views, sympathetic maintenance of the ruin. Great to wander around - plus there are the castle walls beyond the castle now incorporated within the houses and streets. Good cafe.
Date of experience: September 2018
Cadw_Wales, Custodian at Denbigh Castle, responded to this reviewResponded 18 October 2018
Thank you for your review. We are glad that you enjoyed your visit to the Castle.