The Ruppera is a delightful and historical castle which is suited close to the eastern limit of the district of Glamorgan, abutting Monmouthshire, and around two miles north of Romney Bridge, on the colossal street amongst Newport and Cardiff. The House is finely arranged in favor of a slope, supported by stately forests, and however in a raised circumstance, put under the temples of predominant statures that bound the Vale of Caerphilly.
There are four fronts, three stories high, with five windows in every story, and four round towers. The perspectives from the grounds are, as Dr. Malkin legitimately states, independently lovely. "From Ruperra the nursery worker directed me over the Park. The prospect was phenomenally alluring.