Castles and Fortifications of England and Wales

CASTELL TINBOETH


CASTELL TINBOETH
Photo Gregg Archer

The ruins of the castle are high above the River Irthon and consist of a great ditch dug into the rock surrounding an enclosure which was once fortified by a curtain wall. It was built in the 1280's but was probably only used for 50 years. The only remaining visible stone is a small piece of the twin towered gatehouse.


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Aerial photo ©Paul R. Davis Aerial photo ©Paul R. Davis

 

Directions
Off the A483, 9 miles north of Llandrindod Wells
Llananno, Powys

 



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