Langley Castle 1910 Built in 1350, during the reign of Edward III, the castle has retained its architectural integrity and is regarded as one of the few medieval fortified Castle Hotels in England. Over the past 600 years, the Castle has been owned, together with its estate, by Lords and Ladies whose names were frequently associated with the turbulent history of the Kingdom. During the 17th century the Langley estates became the property of the Earls of Derwentwater-

Huntly Castle-carved heraldic, Scotland Huntly Castle is a ruined castle in Huntly in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It was the ancestral home of the chief of Clan Gordon, Earl of Huntly

Langley Castle, Northumberland, England

Glendalough was established by St Kevin in the 6th century. It was sacked time and again by the Vikings, but survived for over 600 years. Today most buildings and ruins date from 8th to 12 th century.

Langley Castle Hotel: How it used to look

Glastonbury - the resting place of King Arthur and the magical isle of Avalon.

Langley Castle Hotel: Staircase up the tower

Huntly Castle is a ruined castle in Huntly in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It was the ancestral home of the chief of Clan Gordon, Earl of Huntly.

Langley Castle Hotel: Just some of the climb to the Tower Room!

"7th century monastery was abandoned 600 years later and is relatively untouched. Skellig Michael is an island off the coast of Ireland in County Kerry."


A theater in Belgium that has been abandoned for the past 25 years. Incredible.

Schloss castle Neuschwanstein near Munich, Germany. This castle was the inspiration for the castles built on Disneyland & Disney World - by Paul Vo

Kinnaird Castle, Angus, Scotland, sits in 800 acres of mature parkland between Brechin and the Montrose Basin. The house has been occupied by the Carnegie family (Earls of Southesk) for over 600 years. Architect: James Playfair (18th C), David Bryce (19th C) Building Date: 1790, later mid-19th C additions


Castelo Blarney, é o mais famoso de muitos castelos antigos da Irlanda. Blarney está localizado em uma bela floresta perto de Cork, na Irlanda. Fotografia: Jet global via Flickr.


Dunster Castle illuminated. Dunster Castle, Somerset Commanding the wooded hill it sits on, a castle has existed here since at least Norman times, with an impressive medieval gatehouse and ruined tower giving a reminder of its turbulent history. Home of the Luttrell family for more than 600 years, the present building was remodelled in 1868–72 by Antony Salvin. The Tor at Dunster has been home to a castle for more than 1000 years. During Saxon times, the spectacular hilltop location served ...

Cawdor Castle: The earliest documented date for the castle is 1454. Some parts of the castle have been dated to about 1380. The original castle was a large tower The castle was built around a small, living holly tree, the remains of which can still be seen in the lowest level of the tower. Additions were made to the castle in the 17th & 19th century. The iron yett (gate) here was brought from nearby Lochindorb Castle around 1455 after Lochindorb had been forfeited by the Earl of Moray.

The mansion was built in 1886 and was home to James Francis who lived there for five years until he died, and the house was purchased by Colonel M.E. Billings, a civil war veteran. Billings ran his law office from the Francis House until he died of pneumonia in 1918. After Billing’s death, the house was turned into a private hospital that ran until 1965, when state inspectors shut it down for failure to meet the current health and safety codes. It’s been abandoned ever since.