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Used as a film and TV location over the years, Manorbier Castle is a 12th century Norman structure which sits in a village overlooking the scenic Manorbier Bay. The castle features millennia-old architecture, complete with wax figures and atmospheric music to set the scene. A ticket will allow visitors to explore various areas including the Great Hall, chapel and turrets, plus the dungeon where unlucky waxwork Tudor prisoners reside. Guests will also have access to landscaped walled gardens which offer a tranquil spot to soak up the historic surrounds. There's a cafe serving up light bites and refreshments, and a gift shop which stocks mementoes.