astle at the helpfully named Castle Acre so any fancy decor would be ruined by the elements pretty darned quickly!
This evocative ruin was Louis' playground for a couple of day as it's the village where my brother Paul Bernard Harris lives and works as an artist. For a boy who likes playing hide and seek and collecting flint it was a dream come true. The castle is in the hands of English Heritage and it's free to access. The historic priory in the village is a paying attraction but you can have a butchers over the wall if you're skint or tight.
If you're tempted to visit, my brother's kind landlady runs a guesthouse/bunkhouse the Old Red Lion which comes highly recommended by no less than both the Guardian and the Times. And if you're around at the end of May or the beginning of June, pop in and see my lovely bro' as he's opening his home as part of the Norfolk Open Studios project.