Close to Bluestone, and nestled on the banks of the Western Cleddau, Picton Castle is a unique mix of medieval and Georgian architecture.
Originally built in 1280, it was occupied by French troops supporting Welsh Prince Owain Glyndŵr in 1405 and attacked by Parliamentarians in 1645 during the Civil War, before being transformed into a stately home in the 18th century.
Its style follows that of Irish castles built in the same period, and is the only example of this type in the UK, making it well worth a visit. Outside, the castle boasts extensive gardens and grounds waiting to be explored.
Open daily, excluding certain dates at Christmas, it's well worth a visit.