Stone / Cliff-top
Small amount survives
At any reasonable time
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Llansteffan Castle was captured by the Welsh.
William de Camville had been granted Llansteffan Castle by Henry II and rebuilding work started in 1192.
The Norman Llansteffan Castle was attacked by Owain Glyndwr. Glyndwr may have held the castle for a short time until it was retaken by Sir John Penress (Pennes).
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