Raglan Castle (Welsh: Castell Rhaglan) is a late medieval castle located just north of the village of Raglan in the county of Monmouthshire in south east Wales.
Jeff Thomas 1994 How does one begin to describe the handsome majesty that is Raglan Castle? Raglan, with its great multi-angular towers and Tudor-styling, is unlike ...
A stunning statement of wealth and power. Everything’s great about this place, from its great tower, which evokes memories of earlier fortresses like Caernarfon, to ...
In Welsh, Raglan Castle is known as Castell Rhaglan. History. It is likely that the early castle on this site followed the motte-and-bailey design of most castles of ...
Raglan Castle, a magnificent Tudor-period sandstone structure, was not built specifically as a defence as the other great castles of Wales had been.
History. Raglan Castle is one of the last true castles to be built in Wales. Its construction began in the 1430s by Sir William ap Thomas, the Blue Knight of Gwent ...
Raglan Castle, Raglan: See 334 reviews, articles, and 280 photos of Raglan Castle, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 3 attractions in Raglan.
Raglan Castle is one of the grandest castle ruins in the whole of Wales. Here are my photos, alongside historical stories about Raglan, and tips on visiting the castle.
Above: a gargoyle from the gatehouse at Raglan Castle. This page is the starting point for a virtual tour of Raglan Castle in south Wales. Raglan, begun c.1435, is ...
Raglan: Welsh: Rhaglan: Raglan Castle from the front, with main gatehouse at the centre