Plastic wrap removed to reveal renovation of 13th Century castle

Roch Castle near Haverfordwest, Wales has had a UK£6m facelift  and conversion as a "corporate retreat". During the two-year renovation, the 13th century castle was "completely wrapped in plastic."

Roch Castle, built by Norman knight Adam de Rupe, was damaged by Cromwell in the Civil War in 1646, and will now be used as a luxury hotel. It is owned by architect Keith Griffiths.