ⓘ Castell Aberlleiniog

                                     

ⓘ Castell Aberlleiniog

Castell Aberlleiniog is a motte and bailey fortress near the Welsh village of Llangoed on the Isle of Anglesey, built between 1080 and 1099 by Hugh dAvranches, 1st Earl of Chester. It is about two miles distant from Beaumaris Castle, and was built atop a very steep hill.

                                     
  • North of the village of Llangoed just off the B5109 and not far from Castell Aberlleiniog This common land was once grazed by the villagers cattle, but long
  • sea, beneath the ruins of an 11th - century motte - and - bailey castle, Castell Aberlleiniog The 17th - century parish church of St Cawrdaf, restored in the 19th
  • AN142: Aberlleiniog Fish Weir I Aberlleiniog Fish Trap. coflein NPRN: 402485 Gored Tre - castell Fish Trap. coflein NPRN: 301746. Fish Trap, Tre Castell ID
  • Llwyndomen Castell Aber Cafwy Castell Bach Castell Du Castell Llwyn Bedw Castell Mawr Castell Meurig Castell Moel Castell Nonni Castell Pencader Castell y Domen
  • Dumfries and Galloway Dromore A 1972 study found 268 mottes in Wales. Aberlleiniog Castle Buddugre Castle Cardiff Castle Lampeter Castle Llandovery Castle
  • Listed Buildings. Cadw. Castell Aberlleiniog 5523 National Historic Assets of Wales. Retrieved 9 April 2019. Castell Aberlleiniog British Listed Buildings
  • claim Gruffydd s lands. Robert built castles at Bangor, Caernarfon, Aberlleiniog and elsewhere. In the Domesday Book he is said to hold all of North Wales
  • Cadw ID: AN142, Aberlleiniog Fish Weir I coflein NPRN: 416641. GAT PRN: 14615. Historic Wales Map with link to Cadw ID: AN143, Aberlleiniog Fish Weir II