White Castle can be easily missed by casual traveller but for atmosphere, location and aspect it takes some beating. It is hunched into a rise above the local countryside. If you find yourself there when no-one else is around, be still for a moment and listen in silence to the place - the rustle of trees, the buzzard cries and the wind blowing through the cereal fields. This is not romantic nonsense but a genuine plea to soak up an indefinable atmosphere which pervades the place. Its current isolation but historical significance contrast nicely and encourage the visitor to learn more.
It is also one of the three castles located on the Trilateral (Three Castles Walk) the other two being Grosmont and Skenfrith. A good day's walk - each side of the "triangle" being about 10-11 Kms.
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