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Worth a detour to see the substantial ruins in a pleasant village. Easy to park and walk around and into .Nice pub close by .
Although a ruin the front part is still mainly in tact. It is surrounded with a spectacular moat, a bridge takes you across to the castle which has damage at the rear but internally it is still reason... more »
Immaculate little ruined castle. Its rarity value as an almost perfectly symmetrical French-influenced design would probably be lost on anyone other than a medieval architect. Still the ducks in the m... more »
Although the castle is scenic, it is small. But as there is no entry fee, it's more than acceptable, especially given the beauty of its location
Free! Beautiful castle in a tiny lovely village just off the A361. Great pub down the road. Well worth a visit.
Really nice find tucked away in a small little village , well worth a visit if you are in the area,
Lovely ruins of a medieval castle, built by a soldier who made his fortune during the Hundred Years War with France, and believed to be modelled on French designs as it closely resembles of the Bastille. Sited in a picturesque village with lovely local people.
My 11X Great Grandfather George Prater once owned this castle. It was in my family for many years. Richard Prater my 10X Great grandfather fought to defend it. I have documentation tracing all of this back to my Grandmother Ina Prater.
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