Ewloe Castle

Ewloe Castle, Deeside, United Kingdom

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Ewloe Castle

Ewloe Castle is a Welsh  castle near the town of Ewloe in Flintshire. The walk through Wepre Park,  to the castle is a very pleasant experience walking through the Wepre Park woods passing a waterfall and walking over wooden bridges and wooden steps.  The castle, one of the last fortifications to be built by the sovereign Prince Llewellyn Ap Gruffydd, of Wales, was abandoned at the beginning of the invasion of Wales by Edward I in 1277.

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Free car park at the entrance of Wepre Park.

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