Castle Rules and Information
Currently, admission to the Castle remains free (unless there is an event taking place)
Disabled and companion
Daily 10.00am - 4.00pm
Last admission: 3:30pm
24, 25, 26 December and 1 January
Disabled visitor and companion admitted free.
There is a public car park within 800 metres of the castle (approx. 75 spaces), situated on the estuary foreshore.
Parking is not permitted near.
Access to the castle is via a public footpath, private road and lane. These are steep and uneven in places. Access is limited to walkers only.
No vehicles are permitted.
The interior of the castle is lawned but steep in several places. Care should be taken when accessing the upper levels to the main gatehouse.
There is no public access to the Iron Age earthwork or the Woodland at the base of the Castle.
Please bear in mind that Llansteffan Castle and surrounding land is privately owned. All we would ask is that you help us preserve its beauty and adhere to the following when visiting
Please do not leave any litter at the Castle.
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Dogs must be kept on a lead & any fouling cleaned up and taken with you.
No smoking is permitted at the Castle.
Drone flying is not permitted at Llansteffan Castle or over any of Cadw’s guardianship sites, except by contractors commissioned for a specific purpose. Permission must be sought and Stringent CAA criteria met including correct insurances. Only permitted parties operating under controlled conditions are allowed.
Professional photography e.g. wedding photos etc is not allowed without prior arrangement and permission.
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