Castles and Fortifications of England and Wales

NAWORTH CASTLE


It was begun in 1335, originally as a Peel tower - the Dacre Tower - and it was then extended into a border fortress. It was later restored in the 17th century when it became a residence, and then had to be repaired again in the 19th century after a fire.

Private, but now available for Wedding ceremonies.


 

Directions
Off the A69, 3 miles east of Brampton
Naworth, Brampton CA8 2HF

 



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