A fortified manor house built around 1500 by the Wynn family, with 17th and 19th century additions. The Tudor courtyard house sits amid Grade 1 listed gardens with a large peacock population. Gwydir is known as one of the most haunted houses in Wales.
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The Lamb began trading as a public house, probably as early as the 12th Century. By 1870 it was already well established as a posting inn that supplied 300 post horses for coaches going to and from London and the West Country. To this day the building retains plenty of … more >>
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Brampton Bryan, St Barnabas Church- Brampton Bryan, Herefordshire, England
St Barnabas is remarkable in that it was one of only 6 churches built during the Commonwealth, that period between the death of Charles I and the Restoration of the Monarchy under Charles II. The church was constructed in 1656 to replace a medieval church destroyed during the 1643 siege of Bampton Bryan castle. It is Puritan in style, very different from most medieval churches in the area. ... more