Castles in West Wales

  • Dryslwyn Castle

    Dryslwyn Castle ruins are set on the hilltop above the Tywi Valley, which is a site that is forever associated with the princes of Deheubarth, the kingdom in south-west Wales.

  • Newcastle Emlyn Castle

    There are not much remains of Newcastle Emlyn Castle left, after it was blown up with gunpowder in 1645 during the English Civil war. However what ruins are there are still a fab little glimpse into our Welsh History.

  • Manorbier Castle

    Located a few miles south west of Tenby, Manobier Castle is a Norman castle located in the village of Manorbier. It’s a rectangle shaped castle with curtain walls and round and square towers.

  • Llansteffan Castle

    The remains of Llansteffan Castle are set in the beautiful surroundings overlooking the sand-flats of the mouth of the river Tywi, and within a much older Iron Age promontory fort.

  • Oxwich Castle

    Oxwich Castle is a Grade I listed castle, although it’s not a proper castle, but more a grand Tudor house, built in a courtyard style


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