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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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The first uniform postal service, introduced by Rowland Hill, began in 1840, and was called the ...
The rate stayed the same until 1918
The first stamp was called the 'penny black'
28 June, 1491
Henry VIII born at Greenwich
Henry, the second son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, was named Duke of York in 1494
This monarch put down the 1715 Jacobite Rising of James Stewart, The Old Pretender
He followed Anne to the throne of England
He spoke no English
Snowdonia (North Wales)
St Asaph CathedralCathedral
This mid-terrace cottage is in the village of Drefach Felindre near to Newcastle Emlyn and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
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This semi-detached cottage in the village of Goodwick near Fishguard sleeps six people in three bedrooms.