Stokesay Castle in Photographs


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Stokesay Castle in Photographs

This post shows Stokesay Castle in photographs. Stokesay Castle is a fortifyed medieval house and is considered the best preserved example in England. I’ve blogged about it before and this post provides some photographs that give more of a flavour of this unique building. The image of Stokesay Castle below was taken by Penny Mayes and is used under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license.

Stokesay Castle

Stokesay Castle is just one mile from Folly View Let and can be reached by footpaths from Folly View Let or by following the Shropshire Way from the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre.

Stokesay Castle Gatehouse

English Heritage manage Stokesay Castle and the current adult entrance fee is £7.60. Many of our visitors have commented how worthwhile and interesting it is to visit.

Gatehouse at Stokesay Castle

The Gatehouse is 17th century and is distinctively built in the Shropshire style.

Stokesay Castle Roof

The hall is 54.5 feet (16.6 m) long and 31 feet (9.4 m) wide and features three large, wooden 13th-century arches supporting the roof.

These photographs just provide a flavour of Stokesay Castle and many of our visitors to Folly View Let tell us that it is well worth a visit.

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