Lambert's Castle has a large central grassy area which is closely cropped as it is grazed by rabbits, sheep and castle. The slopes to north and east are covered with ancient woodland which has some interesting trees and plants. It is a SSSI of geological interest, owned by the National Trust. It also has interesting wild flowers. We visited in June 2016 with our two cats and dog and again in June 2019 with just our dog. Photos are from both dates.
Just down the hill to the northeast is the Bottle Inn, Marshwood which has a page on Wikipedia and is host to Dorset's annual nettle-eating competition.
Wikipedia has a page on Lambert's Castle
A map is available showing where the photos were taken - the link opens in a new window.
Lambert's Castle is shown on Streetmap.co.uk map of Lambert's and Coney' Castle (opens in a new window).
Coney''s Castle is not heavily grazed so the central area is much more wild and has many more wild flowers, although the log grass can make ot slightly impenetrable.
There are two long distance footpaths through both Coney''s Castle and Lambert's castle - The Liberty Trail and the Wessex Ridgeway