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Upton Castle Gardens

Upton Castle is near Cosheston, next to one of the inlets of the Cleddau River. It is a private residence so the house itself is not open to the public.


However, Upton Castle has 37 acres of grounds available to walk around.

These include an interesting collection of exotic trees, a formally laid out series of gardens, and a chapel.

A lovely level woodland walk ends in a view of mud flats and reed beds (there is a seat strategically placed to enjoy the tranquil view).

Near the entrance to Upton Castle, and close to the car park, is a picnic area laid out with benches.



HOW TO GET THERE

For Upton Castle take the A477 (between Milton and Pembroke) and turn north towards Cosheston. Follow the signs to Upton.


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