Bodiam Castle

The last place we visited at the end of our camping trip in East Sussex is Bodiam Castle, a 14th-century castle owned by the National Trust since 1925 :)

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Bodiam Castle is a typical English style castle, with its square shape, towers in each corner, battlements, and moat surrounding it.

The castle is a ruin now, but the outer walls remain standing, and you can still go up into some of the towers :)

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It’s interesting to explore what’s left of the castle, and it’s a nice look back at the area’s history :)

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