Prudhoe Castle (Northumberland) Reviews
Description:Ruins of ancient medieval English castle located on the south banks of the River Tyne at Prudhoe
Newest Review: ... holds the proud record of being the only Northumberland castle that was never taken by the Scots. The Castle Today ----------------------- Although relatively little remains, the castle still presents an impressive ruin that hints at its former splendour. Despite being much reduced in size, it contains a number of surprises that will delight visitors and has several notable features which ... more
Customer Prudhoe Castle (Northumberland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/07/11, updated on 26/07/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
If you've read my some of my reviews, you could be forgiven for thinking that I've done nothing recently but wander around ancient ruins and hang around crumbling old things... but I do wish you wouldn't be so rude about Mrs SWSt (that's me in trouble when I get home!) Anyway, the latest in this long line of castle visiting took me to Prudhoe, a small(ish) village in Northumberland standing near the banks of the Tyne. Getting there -------------------- Finding the castle is pretty straight forward and both the village and the castle itself are well signed. Simply follow the signs to Prudhoe village and then watch for the usual brown signs ... Read the complete review
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