Gwrych Castle, near Abergele, Conwy county, replaced the series’ home in the Australian jungle last November and December because of the Covid pandemic.

It has reopened to the public for the first time since the show aired, with extra renovation work done.

The castle trust’s chief said the work was now two years ahead of schedule.

Since the castle has reopened, visitors have been able to see parts of the building which formed the set of the show.

These include the celebrities’ outdoor toilets and the kiosk where they collected daily treats won in challenges.

Gwrych Castle was open as a visitor attraction until the 1980s but since then, several owners failed to make the building a success and it fell into a near-derelict ruin without roof or floors.

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