Steeped in history, the dairy, beef and arable farm is on the site of a Norman castle, with the raised mound of the original motte-and-bailey castle
still visible, while a public footpath links the farm to Porthmynawyd, a small cove west of Newgale Sands.
Clitheroe Castle, Clitheroe |CLITHEROE Castle in Clitheroe is a motte-and-bailey castle
which was first built sometime in the 11th or 12th century.
Castell Cynfael is a motte-and-bailey castle
built in 1137 by Owain Gwynedd's brother Cadwaladr.
Nowhere is this more obvious that at Castle Bromwich Hall, near-neighbour and strategic successor to the motte-and-bailey castle
that gave the area its name.
"It dates back to 1202 as a listed motte-and-bailey castle
site built to guard the crossing of the river Dee."