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Tretower Court and Castle
Tretower, Crickhowell, Powys
Tretower is a 14th Century house which originated from a nearby castle (now in ruins); the house was modified through the 17th Century. In danger of collapse in the early 20th Century, the house was saved in the 1930s and is now looked after by CADW.
Admission: 1 Oct 2008: The house is normally open to the public (fee), but is currently closed for refurbishment.
Additional locations as the crow flies:
Further links about the location:
CADW - Tretower Court
Castle Wales - Tretower Castle and Court
Eye of the Gorgon [18 Apr 2007]: Inside the Abbey
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