SN 011-134 Pembrokeshire Wales
Picton Castle is a 13th century stone hall-keep, founded by Sir John Wogan. The rectangular hall-keep, is flanked on the angles by drum towers and defending the entrance, is a twin-towered gatehouse. The castle still retains its medieval features in the undercroft but the principal rooms were remodelled in the 1750s by Sir John Philipps, the sixth Baronet. Visit pending. 4 miles north is Wiston Castle and 5 miles north-west is Haverfordwest Castle.
Picton Castle is located south of The Rhos, in Picton Park off the A40. 15 miles north of Pembroke, on the A4075-A40.
The site is managed by the Picton Castle Trust and the castle and gardens are daily, April to September, castle tours start between 12:15-2:15pm. Open all year for special events.
There is a car park.