|Castles in North Wales|
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Great Castles of Wales
A tribute to the country that has the finest and purest examples of fortified medieval architecture: the Castles of Wales. Here you will find the pictures, plans and history of some of the largest and important of those.
Gwrych Castle History and Publications Website
Gwrych Castle History and Publications website, dedicated to preserving the history of the nationally important building for the nation!
Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust
In 1997 ASFOG (A Society For the Friends of Gwrych) was founded by Mark Baker and in 2001 it changed its name to Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust and became a registered charity. The Trust had been founded to raise awareness of Gwrych’s plight and also to establish a solution for the conservation and preservation of the castle.
Gwydir Castle is situated in the beautiful Conwy Valley and is set within a Grade 1 listed, 10-acre garden. Built by the illustrious Wynn family c1500, Gwydir is a fine example of a Tudor courtyard house, incorporating re-used medieval material from the dissolved Abbey of Maenan.
Ruthin Castle Hotel
Ruthin Castle is a leading hotel, restaurant, wedding & conference venue also offering Mediaeval Banquets and Wedding Fayres. Set in 30 acres of beautiful parkland & gardens the castle has a history stretching back over 700 years and was owned by Edward I, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
Bryn Bras Castle
A Grade II* Listed Building of Architectural and Historic interest where we offer a choice of exclusive and gracious self-catering castle holiday Apartments (Welsh Assembly Government \'Visit Wales\' four star). The Apartments are tastefully and imaginatively arranged within the unique and delightful Regency Romanesque-style Castle, set in 32 acres of truly peaceful and tranquil grounds consisting of gardens, woodlands and mountain.
Mighty Caernarfon is possibly the most famous of Wales\'s castles. Its sheer scale and commanding presence easily set it apart from the rest, and to this day, still trumpet in no uncertain terms the intention of its builder Edward I.
This site details some of the work that has been undertaken by Paul Martin Remfry on his continuing research to uncover the history and archaeology of our many castles in the British Isles.
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