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Caerphilly Castle

Located in Caerphilly, Caerphilly, South & Mid Wales, Wales

Approximately 11.5 miles away.

The largest castle in Wales, Caerphilly Castle was built in the latter half of the thirteenth century. The leaning south-east tower is a result of damage done to the castle in 1648 by Parliamentary forces in the English...

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Raglan Castle, Monmouthshire

Located in Raglan, Monmouthshire, South & Mid Wales, Wales

Approximately 11.7 miles away.

Built in the fifteenth century on the site of an earlier castle. Raglan is a Marcher castle along the border of England and Wales. Ruined during The English Civil War, the castle was used as a location in Terry Gilliam's...

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Portishead Marina

Located in Portishead, Somerset, South West England, England

Approximately 12.2 miles away.

Marina in coastal town, north Somerset. Second largest marina lock in Europe. 500m project to create a mini-town at the Portishead Quays...

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Clevedon Pier

Located in Clevedon, Somerset, South West England, England

Approximately 12.5 miles away.

North Somerset pier opened in late nineteenth century. Cafe on pierhead. Along with Brighton Pier, the only grade 1 listed pier building in the UK...

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Cardiff Castle, Cardiff

Located in Cardiff, Cardiff, South & Mid Wales, Wales

Approximately 13.2 miles away.

Cardiff Castle is one of Wales's leading tourist attractions. Transformed from a castle to a Gothic mansion by William Burges on behalf of his employer the third marquess of Bute. Located in the city centre alongside But...

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Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire

Located in Tintern, Monmouthshire, South & Mid Wales, Wales

Approximately 13.4 miles away.

One of the most famous ruins in the UK. The second Cistercian foundation in Britain, and the first in Wales. Tintern Abbey has inspired its visitors including William Wordsworth and J. M. W. Turner for centuries. Founded...

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