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This is one of the best preserved British Iron Age settlements dating back millennia to when the Romans left North Wales. It's a bit tricky to find, but persist and you will enjoy a unique atmosphere with its very thick defensive walls the remnants of...More
We absolutely love visiting here, the sense of peace to be found as you wonder the ruins is breathtaking. Even the grumpy teenagers found themselves interested and even trying to picture what life was like back then so that was a bonus but for me...More
Access from a very narrow lane, parking tricky but worth the visit. The path takes you through trees and past an 11 century ruined chapel. Stone foundations in tact. A very enigmatic place and completely deserted. Take the trouble to find it.