Kidwelly Castle, Caermarthenshire

Print also contains notes about the castle. 'This castle stands on the east side of the Bay of Tenby, near the mouth of the River Towy. Leland, in his itinerary, says, this place was also called Cathwelli, i.e. Cattilectus; because Cattas once used there to make his bed in an Oak; and farther gives the following description of it: Ther is a litle toune, now by newly made, between Vendraith Vaure a…