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Superb example and just one of many in this corner of the Welsh borders!
If you pop into The Angel Inn in the village you are bound to meet one of the local enthusiasts who will be able to answer any question you may have...More
Captivating castle with more extensive ruins than Skenfrith, but not as huge as the White Castle. One walks across a bridge over a dry moat to enter the ruins. Original stonework dates to Norman times with renovations made in 13th and 14th centuries.
A fascinating 12th century castle where the walls still impress. Although a ruin, railed steps make it possible to climb to the upper floors giving an opportunity to enjoy the views & appreciate the amazing building skills. Grosmont is a charming village & includes an...More
We stayed in a little cottage in Grosmont with our dog and this castle was a 2 minute walk from our dog, lovely walk around the castle and then over the bridge to explore further, we went in the evening around 8pm, peaceful and tranquil...More
This is no Warwick but what remains of Grosmont Castle is well worth a visit. You can sense the history and (carefully) climb the ramparts. Delightfully situated and free admission. A lovely way to spend an hour or two.
One of three castles built in Norman times and all just a few miles away from each other. You can tell they were built by the same people as the styling is so similar. Grosmont is a small castle but worth a quick look. Go...More