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This castle is easy to access off the high street on foot. The views would have been better on a less rainy day, but there were some views of the town. The lady in the little museum was very helpful, even though I didn't have...More
Difficult to find parking. Then discovered after walking up that there is a car park at the castle / museum. After that, the lady in reception was really very friendly. Great value and really enjoyable. Spent about an hour here and that’s probably the maximum....More
Having parked the car and walked up the steep hill to the castle we were disappointed to find the museum closed and the remains of the castle very sparse. From driving into Haverfordwest the castle closed very impressive, however there was little to see. The...More
The castle dominates the town. Approach is via some tight roads but there is ample parking. The first impression is that it’s all a bit 1960’s utilitarian but wander the grounds and you’re rewarded by some great views. There’s a small museum that has plenty...More
Pity the town council have neglected this historically important castle which, if they would spend some money on it would surely improve the tourism and therefore pay for itself. It overlooks the town so everyone knows it's there but being ignored like this is criminal....More
Sadly a potentially fine castle neglected by the County Council. A Norman castle; iIt stands high above what was the medival town.There is no sign posting or information boards. The grass hadn't been cut for ages.
This castle with a bit of thought and innovation...More
So glad we made the effort to visit this castle/museum. Full of interesting information from Nelson's visit to nearby Foley House to Cromwell's letters and a stone commemorating the visit of Eleanor and her husband Edward I (Longshanks) and many more. A big thank you...More