Visiting The Castles Of Devon – A Look Into Britain’s

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Visiting The Castles Of Devon – A Look Into Britain’s Most Ancient And Mystical History

Aside from its beautiful, rugged coastline and red cliffs Devon is home to some very impressive Castles:

Dartmouth Castle The most striking feature of Dartmouth Castle is that it stands tall right on the banks of the Dart Estuary a stunning waterside setting. Dartmouth Castle was initially built in the 14th Century, but underwent substantial works in the 15th Century when Henry VIII had it redesigned to be able to better fit his weaponry.

Close to Dartmouth Castle is Kingswear Castle and St Petrocs Church. Given the beautiful setting (right at the mouth of the Dart Estuary), Dartmouth Castle is well worth a visit not just to marvel at the history but to enjoy the awesome scenery and perhaps enjoy a picnic. Its possible to arrive in style via Ferry taking in the lovely views available from the River Dart along the way.

Totnes Castle On top of the charming little Devon town of Totnes stands the Norman fortress of Totnes Castle. The views from the top of the castle are outstanding, offering panorama of the entire town and River Dart.

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