Narberth Castle (Welsh: Castell Arberth) is a ruined Norman fortress in the town of Narberth, Pembrokeshire, West Wales. It forms part of the Landsker Line.
A chronicle in the Cotton library mentions that, in 1116, Gruffydd ap Rhys attacked and destroyed the castle of arberth; this however probably refers to the nearby Sentence Castle, the stone castle at Narberth not having been built until over 100 years later.
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dwfmedia UK | May 5, 2018
Tranquil chill place, lovely in the sun and great for quiet picnic and situated just outside narbeth town
david j sack | Dec 6, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed visiting this historic site. The castle was a fantastic construction and what remains today bears testament to that. The site is easy to walk around and there are informative information boards at the site. The bad news is parking which is dreadful, and the entry point can easily be obscured by a parked white van or some other. We parked across the road and up a side street giving us a five minute walk. We tried to go in via the graveyard which was a mistake though the graveyard itself was quite interesting. We then walked past the entrance which is on a corner quite close to the road beside a house, it is easily mistaken for someones private drive especially when a vehicle is parked obscuring the entry point. So we ended up following a footpath which was quite pretty but a bit muddy and took us away from the site. It was with stubborn perseverence we finally gor in and I suspect many people may have given up. Once there I would say it was worth the effort and is a site to treasure.
Philip Shufflebotham | Jun 21, 2018
Peaceful tranquil and well signed.
christopher Mann | Jun 12, 2018
It’s very small and not a lot left there
GhanaTourism1 WalesTourism1 | Jun 2, 2017
Interesting old 11 century castle, within an old 17 century market town. Well worth a visit, as you have left some interesting remains. No entrance fee.
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