History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
Henry rebuilt the castle and strengthened it again, only to see it fall to Llywelyn ap Gruffydd in 1263. Llewelyn once more destroyed Deganwy, and it was left to moulder away since that date. Rumour has it that Edward I used the stones of Deganwy to build his new fortress of Conwy.
The paltry ruins which can be seen today are mostly from Henry III's fortification, and include the foundations of the gatehouse towers, traces of Edward I's curtain wall, and the bailey ditches and banks.
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About Deganwy Castle
Address: Deganwy, Gwynedd, Wales
Attraction Type: Castle
Location: Off A546
OS: SH783 792
Photo Credit: Jonathan Wilkins, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
Opening Details: Open access site, usually accessible at any reasonable time
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