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  1. Picton Castle - 187 Miles (7.4)
    40 acres of gardens. The Woodland Gardens burst with colour during the spring with blankets of wild…Similar
  2. Greenala Fort - 187 Miles (7.4)
    Ditches and earth banks of castle . Also outline of some roundhouses and kitchen.Similar
  3. Benton Castle - 187 Miles (2.4)
    Late 13th century castle.Similar
  4. Caernarfon Castle - 187 Miles (8.4)
    Originally the site of an Eleventh century Norman motte and bailey castle, Edward I of England comm…Similar
  5. Plas Newydd Anglesey - 187 Miles
    Home of the Marquess of Anglesey, with spectacular views of Snowdonia. One of the UK's finest mansi…Similar
  6. Barnards Tower - 188 Miles
    Barnard's Tower is a 13th century three storey spur-tower. The entrance to the forebuilding was onc…Similar
  7. Scolton Manor House - 189 Miles
    Victorian manor house set in 60 acres of park and woodland. The three floors of the house, basement…Similar
  8. Pembroke Castle - 189 Miles (8.9)
    Pembroke Castle is a medieval castle. Also exhibitions which tell the tale of its medieval life.Similar
  9. Caer Leb - 189 Miles (4.4)
    The defences, possibly status derived, originally comprised two banks and ditches. Excavations in t…Similar
  10. Bosherston Fort - 190 Miles (5.9)
    A double bank and ditch can be seen. Also there is the outline to some round timber houses.Similar
  11. Carn Fadryn - 190 Miles (5.9)
    Carn Fadryn is a five-hectare Iron Age hill fort and is the name of the hill on which the fort is s…Similar
  12. Castell Bryn Gwyn - 190 Miles (5.4)
    Circular earthwork enclosure was originally surrounded by a bank and external ditch, although the l…Similar
  13. Haverfordwest Castle - 191 Miles (6.9)
    It was originally a Norman architecture stone keep and bailey fortress, founded by Gilbert de Clare…Similar
  14. Treffgarne Rocks Fort - 191 Miles (6.9)
    An oval enclosure, defined by double banks and ditches to the West and South. There is an entrance …Similar
  15. Dale Castle - 200 Miles (7.2)
    13th century castle with 19th century building added on.Similar
  16. Gribin - 200 Miles (7.6)
    A pear-shaped enclosure, defined by stong scarps, possibly concealling stone-walling, ditched on th…Similar
  17. Dinas Gynfor - 203 Miles (5.9)
    The principal defences of this late prehistoric promontory fort lie along the south side and can be…Similar
  18. St Davids Head - 206 Miles (7.4)
    St Davids Head (Welsh: Penmaen Dewi) is a headland. There are a number of ancient monuments showing…Similar
  19. Caer Gybi - 206 Miles (7.4)
    Three-walled Roman fort. The fourth side fronted the sea and probably the site of a quay. Its date …Similar
  20. Caer y Twr Hillfort - 207 Miles (8.4)
    The remains of a stone rampart can be seen on the north and east side of Holyhead Mountain, taking …Similar
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