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Upton Castle is a small castle the earliest remaining part of which is believed to date from the 12th/ 13th century.  Three of the original towers survive, and there is evidence of a drawbridge and port cullies entrance while one wing contains the remnants of what was probably the great hall. The inhabited part of the castle mainly dates from the 17th and 18th century with later additions of two further towers in the 19th century.  Nearby the small medieval chapel also thought to date from the 13th century contains several early effigies.  In the grounds of the chapel is a stone preaching cross listed by CADW as a historic monument. At Upton there are several gardens within a garden which in all extends to about 35 acres.

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