Parts of the curtain wall survive and are up to 6 metres high in places. The ditch surrounding the motte is still filled with water supplied by a leat from the Stogursey Brook. The only surviving building is the Gatehouse, which was a later addition. It was built up against the castle walls. It was repaired in the 1870s and renovated and restored by the Landmark Trust in 1981-2. They now rented out by them as self-catering holiday accommodation. The outside of the gatehouse and castle remains can easily be seen from a public footpath.
The village name Stogursey means outlying farmstead or hamlet (stoke) + the family name Curci/Courcy.
Stogursey Castle Gatehouse and 13th century causeway bridge over the moat. The bank in front of the gatehouse was covered in primroses when I visited in April 2015
Stogursey Castle curtain walls, Gatehouse and moat