Gower Peninsula Castles

Weobley Castle Gower

Weobley Castle
SA3 1HB
01792 390012
Just 1.5 miles from Hill House along the coastal footpath Weobley castle is one of the few surviving fortified manor houses in Wales
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Oxwich castle Gower

Oxwich Castle
SA3 1ND
01792 390359
Oxwich is a grand Tudor house, built in the courtyard style, on a wooded headland above Oxwich Bay.
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Swansea Castle Gower

Swansea Castle

01443 336000

The ruins of Swansea castle are on the edge of Castle Square in the centre of Swansea’s shopping district. The castle can only be viewed from the outside.
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Oystermouth castle Gower

Oystermouth Castle
Oystermouth
SA3 4BA
01792 361302
Built on a hill at the center of Oystermouth village this castle has a commanding view over Swansea bay and the Mumbles.
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Penard Castle Gower

The ruins of Pennard Castle are situated on the hill overlooking the valley leading down to Three Cliffs bay and is freely accessible to one and all. The castle dates to the 12th century but ruin probably dates to the 13th and 14th century when the castle was rebuilt. It seems to have been located in a perfect defensive position but by the end of the 14th century, it was abandoned due to the encroaching sand.

Landimore Castle is thought to have been built during the 15th century. Its ruins are overgrown and located on private property, not accessible to the general public, at Bovehill Farm, Landimore.

Landimore Castle Gower
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