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10 fairy tale castles you can actually visit

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Are you a lover of fairy tales? If yes then, this is definitely for you. Who doesn’t want to be into one of those castles that they see in movies. Here are 10 fairy tale castles you can actually visit:
1.    Arundel Castle, Sussex, England- Tucked along the River Arun, Arundel Castle is a romantic masterpiece dating back to the 11th century. OMGKAV0293-12.    Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, England: This formidable fortress has guarded the coast of Bamburgh since it was founded as a Saxon stronghold in the 6th century. Over the following 1,800 years the structure was built up into one of England’s largest castles.OMGKAV0293-23.    Castell Coch, Cardiff, Wales: The castle is a must see for both its storybook architecture and jawdroppingly luxurious interior. Nestled in the green hills overlooking the village of Tongwynlais just outside Cardiff, this stunning castle was built in the Victorian era but inspired by Medieval and Gothic aesthetics. OMGKAV0293-34.    Eilean Donan Castle, Lochalsh, Scotland: Eilean Donan Castle dates back to the 13th century, and but was heavily damaged in battle in the early 18th century. It wasn’t until the island was bought in 1911 that the castle was restored.OMGKAV0293-45.    Bodiam Castle, Sussex, England- Bodiam Castle’s grisly history as a 14th century stronghold only adds to its mysterious beauty. Surrounded by dense wood and a misty moat, the ruin offers a romantic and mystifying peek into medieval history.OMGKAV0293-56.    Leeds Castle, Kent, England: Once used by Henry VIII’s first wife Catherine of Aragon, the 13th century estate has evolved from a Medieval palace to a Jacobean country house and Georgian manor to become one of the most beautiful historic buildings in Britain, boasting over 500 acres of parkland and formal gardens.OMGKAV0293-67.    Dunrobin Castle, Sutherland, Scotland: This romantic 13th century estate is the ancestral home to the Earl of Sutherland. Perched on a hill near the village of Golspie, the castle boasts a fascinating history and evolution and exquisite gardens.OMGKAV0293-78.    Castle Howard, Yorkshire, England: This 18th century residence rests on over 1,000 acres of lush parkland in North Yorkshire. The house remains the home of the descendants of Lord William Howard to this day.OMGKAV0293-89.    Stokesay Castle, Shropshire, England: Constructed in the late 13th century, Stokesay goes down as one of Britain’s most unique castles, with its Frankenstein-like merging of a timber-framed cottage and stone fortress. OMGKAV0293-910.    St. Michael’s Mount, Cornwall, England: Crowning a small island on the coast of Cornwall, this positively charming castle dates back to the 12th century and is the ancestral home to the St Aubyn family. With a gorgeous view of the sea and a sub-tropical garden growing in its shadow, St Michael’s Mount is definitely one of Britain’s most magical spots.         OMGKAV0293-10

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