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Carreg Cennen

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 Carreg Cennen Castle is one of the few remaining privately owned Castles in Wales.

The Castle came to be privately owned due to a legal discrepancy when Gwilym Morris, Margaret's father bought the farm from the Cawdor Estate in the early 1960's. The Land which he bought included the land on which the Castle stands, hence he had aquired the castle as part of the farm. On realisation of their mistake the Cawdor Estate tried to buy the castle back for £100, he of course refused and hense why it is ours today.

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