Pendragon Castle

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Jon S
Sunderland, UK90 bidrag
apr. 2022 • Familie
Kids loved seeing this old castle ruins they were very happy to be able to go up to it and touch it. Definitely worth a see if your into this kind of thing. Parking is a very small dirt lay-by .
Skrevet 22. april 2022
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Rebecca
94 bidrag
aug. 2021 • Familie
The castle itself is well worth a look, and we enjoyed a mooch around the exterior of it.

But it’s the location that makes this so worth a visit: the drive from Kirkby Stephen takes you across cattle grids to areas of hillside with sheep wandering across the road freely, surrounded by utter beauty.

Once we’d seen the castle we left the cars on the verge outside it and walked down the lane by the side of the castle. Twenty minutes uphill (but pleasantly so even for unfit people like me) and across another cattle grid and… wow. The beauty was breathtaking. We scrambled down the bank to the river where we swam in the most glorious (but freezing) bathing pools, then dried out on the bank in the sun. Well worth it.
Skrevet 6. august 2021
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acocallis
North Shields, UK63 bidrag
apr. 2021
You can't go near ruins but can see them close up but very near by is a lovely pond with ducks and we saw a heron.
Skrevet 28. april 2021
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David R
Glasgow, UK437 bidrag
okt. 2020
Free entry is always a good start, and if you are passing nearby, then it is well worth stopping at the roadside parking to spend a few minutes here. 10 minutes if you are on your way somewhere - but it would be a nice picnic spot if you have the time.

Its called a castle but was probably more of what would be called a fortified tower. Built as a square, approx 50 foot on a side, with maybe 3 levels high. At some point, it collapsed inwards so that the current ground level is what would have been the old first floor. A reasonable amount of the rest is still standing, reaching 30 foot(ish) high in places.

There are no information boards about so you need to either use your imagination or use Google!
Skrevet 12. oktober 2020
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ZoltanAa
Daventry, UK36 bidrag
feb. 2020 • Familie
As others have said, this is a small site, but we found it fascinating. You can take as long as you want to explore the ruins, there’s no admission or information boards etc, but the place has a real charm about it. Recommended!
Skrevet 24. februar 2020
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Hfstoba
Liverpool, UK61 bidrag
aug. 2019 • Familie
We were staying in Kirkby Stephen and decided to go and have a look. It’s a ruined castle and you do need to google to see the history of the castle as there is no information on the site but the ruins and the history are interesting g and despite the awful weather on the day we visited, we enjoyed seeing the castle. The views surrounding ding the castle and en route to the castle are pretty spectacular. Worth a visit.
Skrevet 31. august 2019
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Jennifer C
Cumbria, UK920 bidrag
jun. 2019 • Par
We were staying nearby so stopped off as driving past. Spent a couple of minutes here taking photos. Small parking on the road side nice to see but wouldn't make a special journey to see castle
Skrevet 2. juli 2019
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KathrynT
Rotherham, UK1 074 bidrag
feb. 2019 • Par
Despite the fact that there isn’t too much left of this old castle ...it’s worth it for the views around. Worth the stop as it’s literally just off the road. Take a ten minute break and enjoy the countryside!
Skrevet 4. mars 2019
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joyardley
Mansfield, UK43 bidrag
nov. 2018 • Familie
The ruins are not as impressive as some of the Northumberland castles but the walks around the area, by the river and up in the hills is beautiful
Skrevet 4. november 2018
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chocolatechip100
London, UK95 bidrag
aug. 2018 • Familie
We were on holiday in Yorkshire and my son asked if we could visit a castle. He googled ones in the nearby area and this one came up. Its alleged connections with King Arthur were enough to get the rest of the family on board, so we decided to pay a visit.

I would recommend a visit just for the drive up there alone. Along the way (from Settle to Outgill) we saw the Ribblehead Viaduct; endless hills; valleys and even a small waterfall (Aisgill falls). We were unfortunate that the weather was not on our side so it was a very wet and muddy venture to the castle ruin grounds when we arrived. Your not allowed to enter the castle but it was still nice to take pictures and walk around the outside of the remains of the castle wall.

I would recommend a visit if you like going to old ruins (its similar to a visit to Stone Henge, in my view) or just want to enjoy a nice scenic drive.
Skrevet 17. august 2018
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