An 11th century fortification, later rebuilt in stone, that stands next to the church. Part of the keep is standing on a 30 feet wide motte. The circular bailey was protected by a curtain wall, of which a part remains, and it is still surrounded by a wet moat. It was in use until the 15th century and it is now very overgrown.
|1 mile south of A44 at Kington|
|Lyonshall, Herefordshire HR5 3LN|