Castell Coch

Castell Coch

Castell Coch (Welsh for Red Castle) is a 19th century Gothic revival castle built above the village of Tongwynlais in South Wales, grand turrets, lavish interiors and an enchanting woodland setting make Castell Coch truly magical.

The ‘eccentric genius’ William Burges was given free rein by his paymaster, John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, the 3rd marquess of Bute, to create a rural retreat to complement the opulence of his main residence, Cardiff Castle. He didn’t hold back. Dazzling ceilings, over-the-top furnishings and furniture were liberally applied

Contact Information

Castell Coch, Cardiff, CF15 7JS
Tel: 02920 810101

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