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STOWEY CASTLE

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Nether Stowey Castle includes a motte with a stone keep and 2 baileys. The castle lies adjacent to a Medieval kiln site, the site of St Michael's Chapel and the remains of a Post Medieval mill and mill pond situated west of Nether Stowey. The castle predates 1154 and may have been founded on an earlier pre Conquest site developed by William Fitz Odo during the 11th century. Scheduled. The castle has been recorded on aerial photographs.

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