Peckforton Castle :: Shared Description

Peckforton Castle was built between 1844 and 1850 for John Tollemache, the largest landowner in Cheshire at that time.
Although it was built as a family home its design was that of a medieval castle. It has a gatehouse, a portcullis, a dry moat, external windows that are little more than arrow slots, and large towers.
It is now a hotel.
by Eirian Evans
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SJ5357 : Peckforton Castle Gateway by Eirian Evans
SJ5358 : Peckforton Castle by David Smith

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Created: Wed, 28 Oct 2009, Updated: Wed, 28 Oct 2009

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