Places to Stay
The ruins at Weoley Castle are over 700 years old and are the remains of the moated medieval manor house that once stood here.
Highlights at Weoley Castle include:
Views of the south side of the castle including the remains of the bakehouse.
The surviving apple tree from the original farm garden.
The secluded green space – home to foxes, birds and other small mammals.
The dry moat and fish ponds to the east of the castle, which have provided a wealth of evidence about the castle’s inhabitants.
The grooves in the stone of the ruined gatehouse, which show where the wooden drawbridge was once supported.
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