|County||Flintshire (4 castles)||Categories||Motte & Bailey / Stone|
|Remains||Small amount survives||Access||Only open at certain times|
|Comments||This castle appears to be part of the New Hawarden Estate which is a private residence. Access to the medieval castle is limited.|
|Location||53.1807,-3.0198||Directions||Directions via Google Maps|
|Flintshire (4 castles)|
|Motte & Bailey / Stone|
|Small amount survives|
|Only open at certain times|
|This castle appears to be part of the New Hawarden Estate which is a private residence. Access to the medieval castle is limited.|
|Directions via Google Maps|
Llywelyn attacked Hawarden Castle because Henry de Montfort had promised to hand the castle over to the Welsh but had failed to honour the agreement.
David ap Gruffydd attacked and took control the castle at Hawarden. The constable, Roger de Clifford, was captured during the attack.
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