Location - For details see PDF File Below or Map Link
White Castle situated 12 KM West as the crow flies from Monmouth and 8KM East of Abergavenny is the best preserved of the 3 castles namely White, Skenfrith and Grosmont according to conservationists Cadw.
Forming part of the 3 Castles Way White Castle was once part of the Hubert de Burgh area of control. The castle was built post the Norman invasion of 1066 and was primarily a military facility but did include a chapel, hall and kitchen. A garrison commander would have been more at home here than a Lord.
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For views and more walk the track that skirts the Northern boundary of the Castles woodland plantation. To the rear are some awsome vistas.
For interior views of the castle
check out the video at 23 Mins 10 Sec
1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019
Daily 10.00am – 4.00pm
Admission - Free