This was the second castle my Welshman took me to...and it was lovely; the broken but still not subdued bits of castle wall provided such drama as it cast across the clarity of sky. It was exceptionally windy that day but nothing took away from the beauty and seemed as though the castle were only waiting, still breathing, still very much alive and only pressing upon history for gentle reminder of its once grand place. A wonderful afternoon, exploring the interior, deviniing where wooden floors met joists, imagining what it must have been like to have lived there, during the most grandiose moments. This castle will never be humble, and the way it's been cared for is amazing! Highly recommend anyone who would like a glance into the heart of Wales gone by to visit this castle.
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