Castles of England/Derbyshire

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There are nine castles of note in Derbyshire.

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Ownership
/ Access
Notes (Key)
Bolsover Castle Castle 110112–17th century Rebuilt EHEH icon.svg Castle rebuilt as 17th century mansion.
Codnor Castle Castle 120113–14th century Fragmentary remains HCCL icon.svg
Elvaston Castle Castellated house 160117–19th century Derelict Derbyshire County Council Built 1633, remodelled by James Wyatt in 19th century, now within country park. Building at risk.
Haddon Hall Fortified manor house 130114–15th century Intact HHHH icon.png Altered 16–17th centuries, restored 1920s.
Mackworth Castle Fortified manor house 140115th century Fragment Private Ruined gatehouse adjoining farm.
Peveril Castle Keep and bailey 100111–14th century Ruins EHEH icon.svg Commanding position above ravine.
Pilsbury Castle Motte and bailey 100111–12th century Earthworks HALUKAL icon.svg
Riber Castle Sham castle 18681868 Ruins Private School 1892–1930.
Wingfield Manor Fortified manor house 140115th century Ruins EHEH icon.svg Abandoned 18th century.

Bolsover Castle[edit]

Bolsover Castle


Codnor Castle[edit]

Codnor Castle


Elvaston Castle[edit]

Elvaston Castle


Haddon Hall[edit]

Haddon Hall


Mackworth Castle[edit]

Mackworth Castle


Peveril Castle[edit]

Peveril Castle


Pilsbury Castle[edit]

Pilsbury Castle


Riber Castle[edit]

Riber Castle


Wingfield Manor[edit]

Wingfield Manor