North Wales Historic Attractions

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Punchhouse

Punchhouse
Monmouth, Gwent

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Punchhouse an 11 bedroomed en-suite hotel situated in the town centre of Monmouth Opposite the town hall. The Punchhouse is a 16th Century hotel which has retained all of its character and … more >>

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HISTORY CORNER

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British History Quiz

This monastery on the banks of the River Tyne was the home of scholar and author The Venerable Bede



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This Day in British History

21 February, 1437

James I of Scotland is murdered in Perth

James is succeeded by his son, who takes the throne as James II

Monarch Mayhem

This king was married twice, the second time to Joan of Navarre



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Whitland (Self catering)
Derry Cottage, Whitland

Derry Cottage

This lovely, Grade II listed holiday cottage, a couple of miles outside of Whitland in South Wales, sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Pembroke (Self catering)
Beekeeper's Cottage, Pembroke

Beekeeper's Cottage

This terraced, stone barn conversion situated in peaceful countryside near the owners' home within 4 acres of their paddocks is just outside Pembroke and can sleep four people in two …
Sleeps 4

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