Historic Buildings in Cheshire

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British History Quiz

This prolonged conflict between England and France began in 1337



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This Day in British History

25 April, 1284

Birth of Prince Edward (Edward II) at Caernarfon Castle

He was later named 'Prince of Wales', a title conferred on heirs to the English throne since

Monarch Mayhem

This queen was immortalized by Edmund Spenser in his 'Faerie Queene'



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Chester (Self catering)
Brickworks Cottage, Chester

Brickworks Cottage

This lovely cottage is in the City of Chester in Cheshire and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
Sleeps 2

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Chester (Self catering)
12 Deva Terrace, Chester

12 Deva Terrace

This superb, three-storey cottage in Chester sleeps four people in three bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Crewe (Hotel)
Crewe Hall - A QHotel

Crewe Hall - A QHotel

Contrasting the best mix of old and new styles, Crewe Hall is a Grade 1 stately home with a sympathetic modern addition offering stylish comfort. Enjoy a break in the … more >>

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Nantwich (Hotel)
Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa

Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa

Rookery Hall is set in 38 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside, and yet conveniently located close to the M6, Crewe, Manchester and Liverpool. The Hall was built in 1816 and … more >>

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