DescriptionThe castle and town of Warkworth occupy a naturally fortified site in a loop of the river Coquet, less than a mile from the Northumberland coast. The castle developed around two main elements – a high artificial mound, or motte, and a fortified enclosure, or bailey. A hermitage for a priest lies nearby in the surrounding park. The great tower of Warkworth Castle was commissioned by Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland, in 1377.
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