Goodrich castle: take two

Earlier in the year we attempted to visit Goodrich castle on our way to our holiday cottage in Wales however we were met with wind, rain and general unpleasant weather which meant we only had a quick walk to look at the castle and we went on our way. We decided to head back to the castle to explore the place properly.

Goodrich castle

Goodrich castle

Sometimes nature will take advantage of any space available.Goodrich castle

In the background here is one of the castles famous features,’ the only surviving Civil War mortar, Roaring Meg.Goodrich castle

There weren’t too many people visiting the castle at the time so we more or less had the place to ourselves – great for exploring the different levels, towers and rooms. There were some great views of the surrounding area, although it was quite a misty day so I didn’t end up taking many landscape shots. Goodrich castle

This entry was posted by Jennifer Ferreira.

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