Castles of England/Oxfordshire

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There are seven castles in Oxfordshire.

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Ownership
/ Access
Notes (Key)
Bampton Castle Quadrangular castle 1315c.1315 Fragment Private Lower part of gatehouse and short stretch of curtain wall survive, incorporated into later house known as Ham Court.
Broughton Castle Fortified manor house 130114–15th century Intact Broughton Castle entrance - geograph.org.uk - 1464252.jpg HHHH icon.svg Remodelled 15–18th centuries.
Hanwell Castle Castellated house 140115–16th century Fragment Private Large surviving tower of unfortified building.
Oxford Castle Motte and bailey 100111–12th century Fragment Tidmarsh Lane - geograph.org.uk - 1621185 cropped.jpg Hotel Motte and the unusual, possibly Saxon, St. George's Tower.
Rotherfield Greys Castle Fortified manor house 130114th century Fragment Geograph-1781792-by-don-cload.jpg ENTNTE icon.svg Two towers and section of wall survive, close to Greys Court.
Shirburn Castle Quadrangular castle 1378c.1378 Rebuilt Shirburn Castle - geograph.org.uk - 93436.jpg Private Originally stone, largely rebuilt in brick c.1720, remodelled 19th century in Gothick style, 19th century working drawbridge.
Wallingford Castle Motte and bailey 100111–13th century Fragmentary remains Wallingford castle 3 - geograph.org.uk - 920481.jpg HCCL icon.svg Slighted 1652, impressive earthworks remain.