The castle occupies an unrivalled position above the Victorian seaside town of Clevedon. The outlook from the castle is breathtaking in all directions. The immediate views are over the surrounding private grounds, elevated above Clevedon Golf Course. Beyond this, the views stretch to the south and west over the Bristol Channel towards Wales, and to the north and east over the local countryside, in all taking in six counties.
The River Wye and Blagdon Lake are conveniently placed for fishing. Horse racing is available in Chepstow and Wincanton and sailing is available on the Bristol Channel and Chew Valley Lake.
The castle is perfectly situated to the west of Bristol, with excellent access to both the M5 and M4 motorways (junction 20 M5 0.2 miles). Bristol International Airport, with international and domestic services, is 12 miles to the south. Regular train services run from the nearby station at Yatton (0.3 miles) to London Paddington, taking 90 minutes.