Dolwyddelan, along with nearby Dolbadarn and Prysor, formed a collection of strategically important mountain fortresses for the Prince of Gwynedd in North Wales. The English went on to refortify the castle and add another rectangular tower. Now the castle is a ruin but is a great space to explore as this 13th Century fortress received a little restoration help from the Victorians to help preserve its heritage for generations to come.
Additional information: *Disabled and companion goes free. There is a steep climb from the car park with a number of steps. *Kids under 5 go free. *Assistance dogs only.