The ghost of a castle

A fascinating look at Peveril Castle and its rich history as well as tragic lovers and ghosts roaming the ancient roads and countryside.. Sue Vincent with another great post.

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Peveril Castle from Cavedale, with Mam Tor, the Shivering Mountain, in the distance. Image: Rob BendallPeveril Castle from Cavedale, with Mam Tor, the Shivering Mountain, in the distance. Image: Rob Bendall

Castleton is a town of old, mellow stone, winding lanes and history. On the edge of the cliff, high above the cavern, stands Peveril Castle. The position, even to the untrained eye, appears to be both impregnable and a blatant statement of dominance.  With the keep perched on the edge of a sheer drop and the castle enclosure occupying a ridge high above the little town of Castleton, the Norman invaders were making it very clear who was now in charge. Little now remains to show just how important this castle was in history.

The castle is guarded by the steep slop of the hill from the town, the great cavern and the cliffs of Cavedale. From a military perspective, it is a fantastic site, giving clear views for miles across the surrounding…

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