Totternhoe Castle

Totternhoe Castle
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Castle Facts:

Location: Totternhoe, Bedfordshire in England.
Built: Norman period.
Condition: Earthworks.
Ownership / Access: Part of Totternhoe Knolls Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Notes: Totternhoe Castle was a Norman castle in Totternhoe. Bedfordshire. Only earthworks survive. It is a Scheduled Monument, and part of Totternhoe Knolls Site of Special Scientific Interest. Totternhoe Castle overlooks the village of Totternhoe in Bedfordshire, near the town of Dunstable. Built during the Norman period, probably during the years of the Anarchy, it is of a motte-and-bailey design, with two baileys rather than the more usual one. A wide ditch protects three sides of the castle, with the fourth protected by the edge of the chalk hill on which the castle is situated.

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