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Prudhoe Castle

Prudhoe Castle, Prudhoe, Northumberland, England, UK - NE42 6NA
Prudhoe Castle is a tower keep fortification made up of two baileys (courtyards) with the keep and other buildings, including a gatehouse and barbican, enclosed within a curtain wall and outlying protective ditches.  The name…

Alloa Tower

Alloa Park, Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, FK10 1PP
Alloa Tower is one of the largest surviving medieval tower houses in Scotland although it has been modified over the centuries and now its medieval exterior encases an 18th century mansion. The outer fields and…

Leeds Castle

Penfold Hill Rd, Maidstone, Kent, England, United Kingdom, ME17 1PL
Few can doubt that Leeds Castle is one of the finest structures of its kind, sitting on an island in a lake and surrounded by glorious countryside. Situated south east of Maidstone in Kent, Leeds…

Conwy Castle

Conway Road, Conwy, Conwy LL32 8BD, UK
Conwy Castle was built in Northern Wales in the town of the same name during Edward I’s conquest of the country during the 13th century and was built to stand the test of time. The…

Chillingham Castle

Chillingham Castle, Chillingham, Alnwick, Northumberland, United Kingdom, NE66 5NJ
When Chillingham Castle was still considered a monastery in the late 12th century, King Edward I stayed there on his way north to battle the Scots. The castle was located in a prime position during…

Brodick Castle

The String, Isle of Arran, North Ayrshire KA27 8DF, UK
Brodick Castle set on the Isle of Arran off the west coast of Scotland is a location that dates back to the fifth century where the original fortress can be traced to when Gaelic invaders…

Carisbrooke Castle

Castle Hill, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, England, United Kingdom, PO30 1XY
Parts of Carisbrooke Castle may date back to pre-roman times. The site is mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle with a reference to 544 AD. First occupied by the Jutes around 680AD it was taken over…

Castle Rushen

Castle Street, Castletown, Isle of Man, United Kingdom, IM9 1LD
Built on the site of a Viking stonghold, Cashtal Rushen is an excellent example medieval fortress and is situated in the heart of the Castletown. It overlooks the harbour and was probably built to defend…

Cawdor Castle

C1154, Nairn, Nairnshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, IV12 5RD
Cawdor Castle is a magnificent example of early Scottish Baronial architecture and the current building dates back to around 1454 when permission was granted to fortify an existing building. There is some evidence to suggest…

Cardoness Castle

B796, Gatehouse of Fleet, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, DG7 2EJ
Originally constructed on a rocky outcrop that once jutted out into the River Fleet estuary, this six storey fortified tower house definitely put defence ahead of comfort. It was probably built around 1474AD by the…

Caldicot Castle

Church Road, Caldicot, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom, NP26 4HW
Caldicot Castle first came into existence shortly after 1086 Ad when the Norman conquerors recognised the importance of the location and built an initial fortification consisting of a Motte and two baileys. Over the next…

Caerphilly Castle

Castle Street, Caerphilly, Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, CF83 1JD
The Welsh town of Caerphilly is probably best known for its distinctive hard, white and crumbly cheese but it is also noted for one of the largest castles in the country.  Caerphilly Castle sits just…

Bamburgh Castle

B3140, Bamburgh, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom, NE69 7DF
Located on the coast of Northumbria, this is one of the oldest sites in the country that originally housed a fort believed to be the home of native Britons known as Din Guarie.  It is…

Balmoral Estate

B976, Ballater, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB35 5TB
The history of Balmoral Castle dates back to around 1335 when King Robert II of Scotland established a hunting lodge in the area. The first manor house was built at Balmoral around 1390 by Sir…

Belvoir Castle

Belvoir Castle, Woolsthorpe, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom, NG32 1PE
Belvoir is French for beautiful view but is pronounced as 'beaver'. Dating from 1822 it's built on the site of an earlier Norman castle. It was used as a film location for "The Davinci Code"…

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