Appleby Castle is in the town of Appleby, Cumbria overlooking the River Eden. It consists of a 12th-century castle keep which is known as Caesar's tower, and a mansion house. These, together with their associated buildings, are set in a courtyard surrounded by curtain walls.Caesar's tower and the mansion house have each been designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building. The uninhabited parts of the castle are a scheduled ancient monument.

Appleby Castle is in the town of Appleby, Cumbria overlooking the River Eden. It consists of a 12th-century castle keep which is known as Caesar's tower, and a mansion house. These, together with their associated buildings, are set in a courtyard surrounded by curtain walls.Caesar's tower and the mansion house have each been designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building. The uninhabited parts of the castle are a scheduled ancient monument.

A two-storey castle with a two-storey circular tower on the left and a three-storey octagonal tower on the right. The castle overlooks a green lawn.

A two-storey castle with a two-storey circular tower on the left and a three-storey octagonal tower on the right. The castle overlooks a green lawn.

Brecon Castle - Built by Bernard de Neufmarch c. 1093. Passed into the de Braose family via Bertha of Hereford to her Husband William de Braose (m. 1141)

Brecon Castle - Built by Bernard de Neufmarch c. 1093. Passed into the de Braose family via Bertha of Hereford to her Husband William de Braose (m. 1141)

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