Carew Castle - Castell Caeriw

Built on the site of an older Iron Age Fort this eleventh century Norman motte and bailey castle was further developed in the thirteenth century. From that period three towers and the chapel remain, however, further additions that are very noticeable today were made in the Tudor period. Near the entrance is the eleventh century Carew Cross. The castle stands by the River Carew on the A4075 close to Pembroke.

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