Coity Castle: Photo Blog

Adventures in and around Bridgend continue here, with a first set of images taken from Coity Castle. On the outskirts of Bridgend, this predominantly 14th century site (though established in the 11thc) overlooks the village of the same name – and is well worth a look during the summer months when performance events are held within the site. Also, the rather excellent Six Bells pub sits directly below the castle, and offers some impressive lunchtime meals!

A changing sky made for atmospheric conditions.

Looking into the distance, the local 14th century church can be seen, surrounded by impressive yew trees.

Well worth a visit, just a five minute drive from the centre of Bridgend.

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