|County||Flintshire (4 castles)||Categories||Stone / Edward I|
|Remains||Small amount survives||Access||At any reasonable time|
|Location||53.2513,-3.13027||Directions||Directions via Google Maps|
As part of the plans to defeat Llywelyn Edward I ordered the construction of Flint Castle in Clwyd. Edward had been impressed by fortified town and castle combinations he had seen on his travels in France and Flint Castle was designed in the same manor. The castle was completed in 1280.
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