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Weobley Castle, Swansea
Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
Weobley Castle is a fortified manor house on the Gower Peninsula, Wales in the care of Cadw.It is near the village of Leason overlooking Llanrhidian Marsh and the Loughor estuary. The castle dates from the 13th Century. It was attacked and damaged by the forces of Owain Glyndŵr in 1403.To visit Weobley Castle and get the most from your holiday in Swansea, create itinerary details personal to you using our Swansea family vacation planner.
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Wel first off, it's not really a castle. It's more of a fortified manor house. But that aside, its well worth a visit, with great views over the estuary and enough info to keep you informed and entert... read more »
Firstly, the parking it was very difficult. There is space for about three cars. We nearly got stuck turning around. This castle is a ruin and it takes a little imagination to see life here five hundr... read more »
A very wet and grey day, but decided to go and have a look round anyway. Went to pay at the farm door - no one appeared, so went and had a look round the castle anyway. It is a ruin - but a fascinatin... read more »
Nice display inside the castle was most informative. Amazing location. A lovely place to watch the swallows in the summer!
Hidden away on the North Gower coast is this gem of a castle. A spectacular view to the North and lovely secluded grounds to bring a picnic and chill whilst taking in the ancient atmosphere.
Lovely views, friendly welcome and very interesting.
Castle and Tudor house ruin. Well worth a visit. Lots of nooks and crannys to explore. And the scenery is stunning.
Spent my childhood at Weobley Castle With my grandfather whose family had farmed for 500 years
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