TQ 810-861 Essex England
Hadleigh Castle is a stone 13th century keep and bailey fortress, founded by Hubert de Burgh. In the 14th century, King Edward III remodelled the castle, flanking the curtain wall with round towers and building royal apartments. A series of landslips have seriously undermined the walls and towers of the castle.
Hadleigh Castle is located south of town centre, off Castle Lane, overlooking the Hadleigh Marshes. 34 miles east of London, on the A13.
The site owned by English Heritage and is freely accessible in daylight hours.
Car parking by the side of the road is limited.