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Bellingham Castle
NY 841-833 Northumberland England

Bellingham Castle Bellingham Castle was possibly a mid to late 12th century earthwork motte and bailey fortress, founded by the Bellingham family. It's possible that the mound supported a mid 13th century stone tower house but all traces of masonsy had disappeared by the 14th century. The existence of a fortification at Bellingham is suggested by documentary evidence but its location is in doubt. With the site of the bailey being lost and the motte crowned by a truncated mound, it's possible that the whole site is natural. 4 miles west is Dally Castle and 7 miles north-west is Black Middens Bastle.

Street Map

Bellingham Castle is located in the village centre, off Redesmouth Road. 6 miles north of Hexham, on the A6079-B6320.

The site is visible from the road.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

Bellingham Castle pictures and large castle map
Bellingham Castle Picture 1Bellingham Castle Picture 2Castle Map of the Area

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