Castles of England/West Sussex

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There are five castles in West Sussex.

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Ownership
/ Access
Notes (Key)
Amberley Castle Castle 13771377–82 Partly habitable Amberley castle.jpg Hotel Incorporates earlier manor house dating to 12th century, occupied portions remodelled 16th century and later, working portcullis.
Arundel Castle Keep and bailey 110112–13th century Heavily restored Arundel, the castle from the southeast - geograph.org.uk - 479538.jpg HHHH icon.png
Duke of Norfolk
Remodelled 1791–1815 and 1890–1903.
Bramber Castle Keep and bailey 100111–12th century Fragmentary remains Bramber castle.jpg EHEH icon.svg Commanding position, earthworks and fragment of wall remain.
Halnaker House Fortified manor house 120113–14th century Ruins Geograph-2104691-by-Colin-Smith.jpg Private Altered 18th century, fell into ruin 1880s, replaced by later house of same name.
Knepp Castle Motte and bailey 110112–13th century Fragmentary remains Knepp Castle.jpg Private Remains of 13th century keep standing on motte. The modern Knepp Castle is a castellated mansion by Nash.