A ruined castle near the Welsh border. With interesting keep and two baileys, it's easy to spot and worth the trek.
Visit the Castle website
What makes it special
- Worth the trek to this two bailey castle ruin
Any reasonable time during daylight hours
Other things to do nearby
However you enjoy cycling, the Shropshire Hills has something to suit everyone.
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Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the rolling landscape.
A fine medieval ruined castle, set in glorious Shropshire countryside, at the heart of a bustling black & white market town.