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The Oakhouse hotel is an 11th century building that sits proudly in the historical market square in the town of Axbridge. Only two miles away from Cheddar Caves the hotel has 9 rooms all with tv, coffee making facilities, en suite. The hotel also has a restaurant that caters lunchtime … more >>
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"At Holy Well they speak Welsh, the inhabitants go barefoote and bare leg'd a nasty sort of people; their meate is very small here, mutton is noe bigger than little lamb, what of it there is was sweete; their wine good being neare the sea side and are well provided with fish ..."
Marlow- Marlow, Buckinghamshire, England
Marlow (often called by its longer and more official name 'Marlow-on-Thames') has a well-deserved reputation as one of the prettiest villages on the River Thames. The town's roots go back at leat to the Saxon period, when there was a thriving market here. Marlow was a prospeous place in the medieval period, but it was really in the Georgian era that it became a fashionable place to live. This Georgian heritage is recalled by some … ... more