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The ruins of this Norman castle are well preserved and worth a visit. The site is along a small river and is quite serene.
There is also an old church next to it and across the street there is a restaurant.
The site does not...More
Decided to go for a drive one sunny Saturday and ended up here. There isn't a great deal there but what's left is very interesting. Lots of great photo opportunities especially when sunny, and lots of walking routes to take too. Nice and quiet. Peaceful...More
We stayed for one night at the bell hotel which is just across the road.
This area is worth a visit if you are passing and you can take some nice photographs.
Nice little bit of local history and fun for kids to have a...More
Passing through on way to Abergavenny, and accidentally discovered this interesting Castle. It's located close to a fairly fast flowing river, with various watersports, including canoeing and swimming.
There's also a good pub close by with great food and lodging!
Will visit again!
There isn't much castle left here - we visited as we were passing, but are glad that we hadn't driven miles out of our way to see this castle.
It is atmospheric, but the day we were there, the over-riding impression was one of the...More
We were on a mission to visit the "Three Castles", but there isn't much castle here, just the round tower inside the ruins of curtain walls. However, it is free and one can roam around the area. A superb pub, The Bell at Skenfrith, is...More
We drove past and turned around, glad we did! An atmospheric ruin laid out on several layers with substantial side walls and basement rooms. An excellent free spot for a picnic and sheltered from the wind inside the walls. Walk out of the 'water gate'...More