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Carew Castle is a Norman castle with its origins in a stone keep built by Gerald de Windsor around the year 1100. Gerald married Nest, pr...

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AlanThomas Alan Thomas, Rhoose in South Glamorgan
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Title Carew Castle in Pembrokeshire, south Wales
Caption Carew Castle is a Norman castle with its origins in a stone keep built by Gerald de Windsor around the year 1100. Gerald married Nest, princess of Deheubarth around 1095. Nest brought the manor of Carew as part of her dowry, and Gerald cleared the existing fort to build his own castle on to a Norman design. The original outer walls were timber, and only the keep was of stone. This still exists in the later structure as the "Old Tower". Gerald's son William took the name "de Carew", and in the middle of the 12th century incorporated the original keep, and a "Great Hall" inside a stone enclosure. The current high-walled structure with a complex of rooms and halls around the circumference was created by Nicholas de Carew around 1270 The de Carews encountered financial difficulties in the post-Black Death period and mortgaged the castle. It fell into the hands of Rhys ap Thomas (Rhys son of Thomas) who extended the castle with luxurious apartments with many Tudor features in the late 15th century. An inner doorway is decorated with three coats of arms: those of Henry VII, his son Arthur and Arthur's wife Catherine of Aragon (who later became Henry's wife). This allegiance turned sour. Rhys's grandson Rhys ap Gruffudd (Rhys son of Gruffudd ) was executed by Henry VIII for treason in 1531. The castle reverted to the crown and was leased to various tenants. In 1558 it was acquired by John Perrott, who made the final substantial extension, building the long range of rooms in domestic architecture attached to the outside of the north walls which give the castle its present character. In the 17th century the castle's lord, Sir Roland Rhees, is alleged to have kept a Barbary Ape, which he named Satan. Rees was a very ill-tempered, and cruel man.
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