Cardigan Castle

Cardigan Castle - Built for a prince, saved for the people.

Don't be fooled by these mighty Medieval walls. Inside, you'll unlock 900 years of history.

Discover our medieval origins, admire our Georgian Architecture and learn about the first ever Eisteddfod - all while enjoying our stunning surroundings.

Winner of Channel 4's Great British Buildings Restoration of the Year

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A collection of people unveiling the Restoration of the year Banner at Cardigan Castle. Castle wins Channel 4 Restoration of the Year - A project to “lift the spirits”Cardigan Castle has won Channel 4’s Great British Buildings Restoration of the Year beating off competition from all over the UK. The castle – which won the Georgian category in episode one – took the crowning accolade in the final episode screened last Thursday evening. Judges from the Royal Institute …
Cardigan Castle Square Logo Prif dderbynnydd/Lead receptionist - We are looking to recruit a dynamic seasonal lead receptionist to supervise a small team at Cardigan Castle. Duties will include: • Managing the Reception and Shop • Welcoming visitors and guests and liaising with them as appropriate • Supervising a small team of receptionists. • Duty managing the Castle site on some weekends, including …
Inside the shop, with the new Cardigan Castle Books being shown. New souvenir book on sale - Bilingual booklet for castle visitorsVisitors to the castle can now buy a glossy bilingual souvenir booklet. The booklet, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, looks at the history and stories of the castle. On sale now for £6.50!
People standing by an image at Cardigan Castle. Artist donates Miss Wood portrait - Wonderful gift now on display Renowned local artist Meirion Jones has donated a striking portrait of Barbara Wood to Cardigan Castle. The portrait was handed over to the Cadwgan Trust this week in the Miss Wood Gallery in Castle Green House. Miss Wood – who owned the castle for 60 years - is a controversial …

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