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Castles in Pembrokeshire

Some of Wales’ rich history comes from the remains left by the people who defended her and fought for her, none so striking as her castles. Pembrokeshire has four significant castles :Pembroke,  Carew, Llawhaden and Cilgerran. However there are several more worth visiting and can be found. For more information Click here

Pembroke
A medieval castle built beside the Cleddau river. It was originally an earth and timber affair but was completely rebuilt in stone once under William Marshal in 1189. Pembroke’s, the Keep is one of the finest examples of a round keep in the country. Other fine components of the castle are The Great Gatehouse, the domestic and public Buildings including the Country Court, the Norman Hall and The Wogan,  a natural cave over which the castle is built.

Carew
An enormous stone castle in a picturesque location next to the mill pond, which powers the tide mill. The castle is ruined now, but was once a powerful stronghold and a grand Elizabethan mansion.

Llawhaden
A fortified Bishops Palace rather than a castle, but impressively located on high ground overlooking The Vale of the Eastern Cleddau. This would have been a grand residence rather than a more functional fortification, but very castle like in appearance.

Cilgerran
A small castle that is approximately triangular in shape. It was built in a commanding position, perched on a craggy promontory, high above The River Teifi.

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