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Hay Castle is the ruin of a thirteenth century tower attached to a Jacobean mansion. Overlooking the centre of Hay-on-Wye, the castle was bought by Richard Booth in 1961, and part of the mansion is now one of the town's many secondhand bookshops. Book shelves line the walls of the lower grounds, which is reached through a gateway on Castle Street.

Hay-on-Wye castle
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Llangain Farmhouse and Barn
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