Okehampton Castle

Okehampton Castle


Okehampton, United Kingdom (GB)
Okehampton Castle is a ruined motte and bailey castle situated in Devon, England.

The castle has Norman origins and dates from the late 11th century. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book (completed in 1086) which states that at that time it was in the possession of Baldwin de Brionne, the Sheriff of Devon.
Okehampton Castle is a ruined motte and bailey castle situated in Devon, England.

The castle has Norman origins and dates from the late 11th century. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book (completed in 1086) which states that at that time it was in the possession of Baldwin de Brionne, the Sheriff of Devon.
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