|Maxey, Cambridgeshire, England|
|Type||Fortified Manor House|
|Condition||Moat earthworks remain|
Maxey Castle was built around the 1370s by William Thorpe near the village of Maxey. The castle had a double-moat, possibly designed as a flood defence, with a central keep within a bailey wall with corner towers.
Today only the partial remains of the moats survive of the castle, which have scheduled monument status.
- Maxey Castle, Gatehouse website, accessed 21 May 2011.