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Bossiney Castle
SX 066-888 Cornwall England

Bossiney Castle Bossiney Castle is probably a late 11th century earth and timber ringwork fortress, founded by Robert, count of Mortain, a half-brother of William the Conqueror. With no identifiable bailey and an eastern entrance, the large sub-circular ringwork, defends a slightly raised triangular-shaped area. The north side of the rampart is extremely strong but on the east and south sides, the encasing wide ditch has been affected by landscaped gardening. A mile west is Tintagel Castle and 3 miles north-east at Boscastle is Bottereaux Castle.

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Bossiney Castle is located east of the village centre, next to the Methodist Chapel. 17 miles south-east of Bude, on the A39-B3263.

The site is visible from the road.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

Bossiney Castle pictures and a castle map of the area
Bossiney Castle Picture 1Bossiney Castle Picture 2Bossiney Castle Picture 3Castle Map of the Area

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