Canvas Print of Beaupre CastleBeaupre Castle is a medieval castle located in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. The castle dates back to the 13th century, when it was constructed by the de Cantilupe family. Throughout its history, the castle has undergone numerous renovations and changes. It was severely damaged during the English Civil War and was later used as a farmhouse. In the 20th century, the castle was acquired by the state and is now managed by CADW (Welsh for “to keep” or “to protect”), a Welsh government agency that is responsible for the protection and promotion of the country’s historic sites and monuments. CADW is an organization that works to preserve and protect the cultural and historical heritage of Wales. It is a part of the Welsh Government’s Department for Environment and Rural Affairs, and its main goal is to promote the understanding and appreciation of Wales’ history and culture. Visitors to Beaupre Castle can explore the castle grounds and learn about its history through guided tours and interpretive exhibits. The castle is open to the public from April, and it is a popular tourist attraction in the Vale of Glamorgan.