Carew Castle is situated on a small tidal creek of the Daugleddau estuary.

Carew Castle Key Facts
CountyPembrokeshire (12 castles)
CategoriesStone
RemainsNot complete but much survives
Access to siteOnly open at certain times


YearMonthEvent
1100   Construction of Carew Castle
 Gerard of Windsor built a motte and bailey castle on the Daugleddau creek in south Wales around this time. The land on which the castle was built was given to Gerard when he married Princess Nest.[1] 
Early Modern Period (1500-1800)
1507   Carew Castle hosts a celebration
 Tournaments were held at Carew Castle to celebrate the appointment of the owner, Sir Rhys ap Thomas, to the Order of the Garter. Sir Rhys was reported to be the person who killed Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth.[1] 

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