ery few remains of a small stone castle.


Key Facts
CountyHerefordshire (7 castles)
DirectionsKilpeck is about ten miles to the south-west of Hereford off the A465
CategoriesMotte & Bailey
RemainsSmall amount survives
Access to siteAt any reasonable time
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Located near the medieval church which is worth a visit because of the ornately carved door surround.
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Kingswood Abbey

his Gloucestershire abbey was founded first in 1138 by William de Berkeley but moved to Tetbury. It returned to its original location in 1169/70. The abbey was Cistercian being populated by monks from Tintern Abbey. Nothing remains except a gatehouse.


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1170   Kingswood Abbey Founded
 The Gloucestershire abbey was moved back to Kingswood and populated by monks from Tintern.[1] 
emains of a major Norman stone castle.


Key Facts
CountyNorth Yorkshire (11 castles)
DirectionsOn the west side of the town of Knaresborough on the cliff edge overlooking the River Nidd
CategoriesStone / Cliff-top
RemainsSmall amount survives
Access to siteOnly open at certain times
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emains of a motte and bailey castle with stone keep.


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CountyWest Sussex (5 castles)
CategoriesMotte & Bailey / Stone
RemainsSmall amount survives
Access to siteNo Access - Private
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