Nunney Castle

Nunney

Nunney Castle

Description

The striking and picturesque moated castle of Nunney was built in the 1370's by Sir John de la Mere, a local knight who was beginning to enjoy royal favour. Extensively modernised in the late 16th century, the castle was held for the King during the Civil War, but quickly fell to Parliamentarian canon in 1645:not until Christmas Day 1910, however di the gun-damaged portion of the wall finally collapse.

Pricing

Free Admission

(Per Ticket)

£0.00

Facilities

ACCESSIBILITY

    ESTABLISHMENT FEATURES

      SPECIALIST FEATURES

        TOURS & DEMONSTRATIONS

          • Educational Visits Accepted

          • Guide dogs permitted

          • In countryside

          • Outdoor Attraction

          • Picnic Site

          • Village Location

          Road Directions

          Nearest major road is A361. Located in Nunney 3.5 miles south-west of Frome off A361. No coach access.

          Public Transport Directions

          Nearest station is Frome station.
          Bus: First Bus 161/2 Frome - Wells

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