Caergwrle Castle – A Sight for Sore Eyes

Caergwrle Castle, a monumental gritstone fort dating back to approximately 1277, is a is a small in size but large in life ruin perfect for all budding adventurers and eager historians awaiting their next adventure. Found in the small but colourful village of Caergwrle in Flintshire, North Wales, this magical site eagerly awaits your arrival.

Although in ruin, this once magnificent stronghold offers local residents and tourists alike a hidden treasure trove of solitude and wonder, allowing you to explore, unwind and take in the beautiful surroundings of the glistening valley below accompanied by the towering mountains that rest among the idyllic horizon.

Open 24/7, bring along your family, friends and furry four-legged friends anytime whilst investigating the unknown and traversing the encompassing wildlife and greenery.

Learn about the designs fascinating history and relive its former glory whilst walking the ancient grounds.

With so much to offer, including Caergwrle village itself hosting numerous mouth-watering eateries and countless nearby attractions, the possibilities are endless.

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