TL 009-833 Northamptonshire England
Wadenhoe Castle was originally an early medieval manorial complex or a large stonework fort. In the 14th century, the site included a stone fortified manor house, with a huge tower but sadly only a complex series of disturbed earthworks now remain. 2 miles south-east is Thorpe Waterville Castle and 3 miles north-east is Barnwell Castle.
Wadenhoe Castle is located in the village centre, north-east of St Michael and All Angels Church. 17 miles south-west of Peterborough, on the A1139-A605.
The site is visible from a public footpath, which passes the castle from the church.
Car parking is by the side of the road.