Castles and Fortifications of England and Wales

TOTTERNHOE CASTLE


TOTTERNHOE CASTLE
Photo Marc Cohen and licensed for reuse under this CC Licence

There is a motte surrounded by a ditch and in between two baileys on a chalk ridge overlooking Dunstable. It is though to date from 1170, but it may have originally been an Iron Age or Roman site. The site has been used a quarry for centuries.


 

Directions
Off the A5, 1 mile west of Dunstable

 



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