Visiting Penrhyn Castle and Garden: what you need to know
In this article you’ll find everything you need to know about what's open and what to expect from your visit.
We're looking forward to welcoming you back.If you're planning a visit to Penrhyn Castle and Garden, read this article to find everything you need to know about what's open and what to expect from your visit.
No need to book
You no longer need to pre-book your visit. Therefore if you fancy popping over for a walk, to see the castle or for some tea and cake, just drop by. Check opening times.
Arrival and parking
- Our team will not be able to help you find a parking space. We have designated blue badge holder parking near the castle. Please park by the visitor centre on arrival, check in, and ask to be directed to the blue badge carpark..
- Campervans that are used for transport are welcome but are not permitted to stay overnight. At this time we’re unable to welcome caravans and coaches.
- There is no limit to the amount of time you can spend at Penrhyn Castle and Garden during your visit.
Please check our opening times for up-to-date information.
Toilets are located near the visitor centre on arrival and in the rear castle courtyard.
Bringing a dog?
Dogs are welcome in all outdoor areas with the exception of the Children's Play Areas. We do ask that you keep your four-legged friend on a lead at all times, including woodland areas and also the car park. Dogs welcome in the Stablau cafe seating area.
Assistance dogs only in the Castle.
There are lots of hard standing paths through the garden but we are on a hilly site so there are some steep inclines. Please look out for the accessible route sign to avoid steps in the Walled Garden. We have seating throughout the garden for you to rest along the way. Please check with staff on arrival if you have any concerns.
Cafe and shop are accessible.
We offer a golf buggy service - availability is dependent on volunteer drivers.