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These Are 13 Most Beautiful Castles in England

If there’s one thing England does better than anywhere else in the world – aside from medieval playwrights, pub lunches, and 1960s boy bands – it’s castles.

This is, after all, a country that is home to nearly 800 surviving stone fortresses, some dating back as far as the 11th century. Whether you’re a dedicated Harry Potter or Downtown Abbey fan, a passing history lover, or a genuine drawbridge devotee, read on for the ultimate fortified favorites to add to your next English itinerary.

Arundel Castle, West Sussex:
An easy hour’s drive or train ride from London, Arundel has been home to the Dukes of Norfolk for more than 850 years, and they’ve done a fine job with its upkeep. This was one of the first castles in Europe to have central heating, electricity, and elevators in the towers, and it remains in excellent condition today. Read more…

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