Twizel Castle

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Twizel Castle was originally a 15th century stone tower. Rectangular in plan, with circular towers on the angles and two wings on the north side, the basement rooms in the main block, are stone or brick-vaulted as a precaution against fire. After being built for over 50 years, the house was never finished and it is now a two storey folly. Of the medieval fortalice, blocked windows, a chamfered doorway and the original north-east angle quoins are visible.

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Twizel Castle is located above Twizel Bridge, off the A698. 10 miles south-west of Berwick Upon Tweed, on the A698.


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