Montgomery Castle Ruins (Montgomery, Powys) Reviews
Newest Review: ... town centre. There is also no 'shop'. There is a small (also free) car-park a short walk from the castle. To walk to the castle from Montgomery centre you have to walk up the steep hill to it (we drove!!) although it seems like a nice walk as there are also walking paths crossing through it. I would also say that being a castle ruin some parts are not very wheel/pushchair friendly and it can be a bit of a bumpy ride!! WARNING - There are no barriers on the walls (and it's a big drop) so it's not recommended to lean over to much or let the kids stand on them!!!! ***A PICNIC AT THE CASTLE*** We had decided to go on a whim, having three chi... more
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by - written on 10/09/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Montgomery castle is located above the small village of Montgomery close to the England/Wales border, 8 miles from Welshpool. Built in 1223 (to replace the original 1071 fortress) by Henry III and then Hubert de Burge from 1228, it went on to become a meeting place for the welsh prince's. Most famous of these being Llewellyn ap Gruffydd, who was also proclaimed 1st Prince of Wales by Henry III actually in the castle. It was owned throughout the centuries by many families including the Mortimer's. The castle was eventually destroyed on the orders of Oliver Cromwell after the Civil War. ***VISITING INFO*** The Castle is now owned and maintained by ... Read the complete review
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