Castle Tours : Wales
Ewloe Castle of Hawarden, Flintshire, northeast Wales has an unclear history but affords visitors perhaps the best and most intimate opportunity to explore and learn about this most Welsh type of castle.
Flint Castle of Flintshire, northeast Wales is rarely recognized for its unique
contribution to castle-building as well as Britain's
history. This marvelous structure awaits your
discovery and careful exploration.
Gwydir Castle - Llanrwst, Snowdonia, North Wales. Perfect for a day out and ideal for weddings.
The South Gatehouse (the main gatehouse) and the exterior walls of Kidwelly Castle were built in
the early fourteenth century, although the mound on which it sits is well over a century older.
A picturesque tour of Manorbier Castle.
A picturesque tour of Pembroke Castle.
Step back in time - Close your eyes and listen out for the ghosts of Norman Overlords, Welsh rebel leaders and Roundhead soldiers, It is their life stories that go to make Pembrokeshire's Castles and ancient sites the unique experiences they are today.
Discover the history surrounding the Castles of Pembrokeshire, with lots of links to other interesting sites.
Pencoed (pronounced "Pen-koyd") is set in around 370 acres of rolling farmland about one km. from the village of Llandevaud in Gwent. Originally, it was the home of Daniel Boone's ancestors!
Penhow Castle is a unique building spanning 800 years of history. The furnishings and decor of different rooms reflect the personalities of many ages making a visit a veritable tour through local history. It is the oldest lived-in castle in Wales.
Pictures of castles taken mainly in the UK in Wales and England. Some castles from other countries can also be found on Pictures of Castles.
Beautiful site on the Welsh Coast