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The drive to Peveril Castle via Buxton offered some of the most amazing scenery. It was a very windy and wet day, but the facilities in Castleton were warm and dry. We decided not to climb to the castle because of the conditions, and because...More
TripAdvisor says it’s open. Therefore we came here to visit the castle. Outside information centre there is a board displaying opening hours and dates.
If it’s closed today why they have to advertise it’s open ???
A good little walk up a not too challenging slope from the quaint Derbyshire village of Castleton sits this little 11th century fortification, Peveril castle although now in ruins is still an impressive landmark towering over the village offering good walks and historic rhetoric to...More
We have been to Castleton a number of times but never ventured to the Castle. It is quite a treat there but once there it is beautiful. Wonderful views over Castleton and a well preserved Castle xx Thank you English Heritage xx
There is a steep climb up to the castle - which is really little more than a ruined keep. The path zig-zags up the hillside and there are plenty of seats and hand rails at the really steep bits. As other reviewers have said, the...More
I had wanted to visit Peveril for a while, and incorporated it into a day in the area whilst viewing some nearby caverns. We are English Heritage members, so were not obliged to pay the entry fee, which I noticed quite a few people balking...More
Did not go up to the castlebut been there in the past.not much of the castle left so I would not pay more than say 2.50 to go to it. Just a shear drop at the back and a very steep bank walking up to...More
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Hi, I would say approximately 90 minutes will do. There's not much to see in the castle but the views are great. It's quite a steep walk up to the castle but you can take your time getting up there (there are some benches... More
Hi, I would say approximately 90 minutes will do. There's not much to see in the castle but the views are great. It's quite a steep walk up to the castle but you can take your time getting up there (there are some benches on the path so you can take a break). Castleton is a lovely village - have fun (We also enjoyed Speedwell Cavern if you like caves).