Monday 13 May 2024

Bronllys Castle


Now this place I have been past so many times I have lost count, It looked interesting but I  never had a chance to stop off to look. As I had just been to visit a church in the next town I stopped off on the back to have a look

Bronllys Castle privately owned but they allow people to look around in daylight hours. As for being a castle there is only this tower left to see

You can go inside by going along this walkway

I doubt the trees were here when the place was a castle

There are a few information bards to read

In both Welsh and English

First thing you see from the inside of the tower, on the right is a walkway

The stones you see sticking out are corbels that would have held the floor trusses in place for the floor and roof

There is a doorway with spiral staircase in the wall you go up and this window you can go in

The view you get from the window

The stares will bring you out on a walkway where you can look back down inside the tower and the corbels sticking out

At the top you can look across to the old widows and recesses

The narrow spiral staircase you go up and down

This is an old fireplace in the wall

Looking down to the bottom

This set of stares has a hand rail

Back in the bottom of the tower is a window with this set of steps leading down to a door, an old jail or storage perhaps?

Collage of the windows

The house you see is who owns the tower and the last I notice the place was for sale.
If you would like to see what I saw from the top pf the tower come back on Friday
Take Care


  1. Nice trip through some castle ruins.

  2. Wow what a great place to visit.

  3. I really miss seeing castle and abbey ruins. I love painting them. That's what always draws me to UK, specially England. This was great. Thank you!!


  4. The castle looks very interesting and it's good that the owners let people visit.

  5. I strangely feel like I've been to this place somehow... Thanks for sharing and for linking up with #MySundaySnapshot.


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