A small, well preserved motte and bailey castle. The oval motte is 30 feet high and surrounded by a ditch 15 feet wide except to the south where there is a steep scarp. The top is now dish shaped caused by the removal of a later building. The bailey is approximately 90 by 60 feet in size. The motte was used as an air raid look out point during World War 2.
|Sedbergh is on the A684, 12 miles east of Kendal|