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Perhaps the most beautifully situated native Welsh castle, Castell-y-Bere stands atop a wooded hill rising up from the floor of the Dysynni valley inland off Tywyn. It was erected by Llewelyn the Great in 1221, and captured by Edward I in 1283. The location is simply stunning.

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