Opening times for 4 December 2023
Asset Opening time Castle | Castell 10:00 - 16:00 Shop | Siop Closed
20 April - 31 October Thursday - Monday10.00am - 5.00pm staffed with admission charge. Last admission 30 minutes before closing. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. 1 November - 31 March 2024 Open Daily 10am - 4pm* Last admission 30 minutes before closing *Open and unstaffed with no admission charge Closed 24, 25, 26 December and 1 January 20 April - 31 October Open Thursday - Monday staffed with facilities, admission charges apply. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Members - Free. Adults £5.00 Families £16.30 Juniors £3.60 Seniors ( 65+) £4.80 Disabled & disabled companion free of charge. *Admits 2 adults and up to 3 children All children under 5 receive free entry Blue Light Card holders receive 10% off admission (not available online) National Trust members admitted free on production of valid membership cards (Cilgerran Castle is a National Trust property that it is in the guardianship of Cadw)MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Available for functions
Please call Cadw for more details.
The shop is open when the castle is staffed and sells small gifts, guide books, ice cream and refreshments.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead and only have access to ground floor levels of the site.
The toilets are accessible when the castle is staffed from April through to 31 October. During the winter from 1 November to April they are closed.
Disabled access. Path to shop is sloping. Path to gatehouse over wooden bridge is level. Castle grounds part level and sloping with grass and firm paths. Access to tower restricted to walkers. Public car park 250 metres away. Drop off point.
There are two toilets onsite and open when the castle is staffed. Both toilets are accessible.
Level access to shop
There is a drop off point for a single car near the lane to the castle on Castle Square.
A striking 13th-century fortress overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge. The castle is under CADW guardianship.
Pick up the pace in Pembrokeshire’s walking country; this rugged and remote expanse of towering cliffs and rocky outcrops is punctuated with coastal paths and soaring sea views. | Camwch yn gynt ar lwybrau cefn gwlad Sir Benfro; ymysg yr ehangder garw, anghysbell hwn o glogwyni uchel a cherrig brig, ceir llwybrau arfordirol a golygfeydd di-ben draw ar y môr.
Beautiful secluded bay with a sandy beach | Bae diarffordd hardd gyda thraeth tywodlyd
Shaped by nature over millions of years the landscape from Strumble Head to Cardigan is rocky and remote.
One of Ceredigion’s best-kept secrets | Un o gyfrinachau gorau Ceredigion
An elegant Georgian villa, designed by architect John Nash in 1790, complete with a walled garden, farmyard lake and wild parkland. Remarkably unaltered for over 200 years. | Fila Sioraidd, gain, wedi'i dylunio gan y pensaer, John Nash yn 1790, ynghyd â gardd furiog, llyn iard fferm a thir parc gwyllt. Yn rhyfeddol, nid yw wedi'i haddasu ers dros 200 mlynedd.
Explore a spectacular section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, taking in views of Cardigan Bay and passing sites of shipwrecks and a storm-ruined church as you follow its rugged path.
If sea views and coastal walks are at the top of your list, try this Pembrokeshire farmhouse.
This striking 13th-century castle is perched overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge and has inspired many artists, including Turner.
Note: Cilgerran Castle is in the guardianship of Cadw - Welsh Assembly Government’s historic environment service.