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British History Quiz

This revolutionary artist, architect, and landscape gardener helped develop the peculiarly English style of landscape gardening



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This Day in British History

24 November, 1200

King John acts as pallbearer at funeral of Bishop Hugh of Lincoln

John had only been crowned a few months earlier

Monarch Mayhem

He was famed for the saying, 'no bishop, no king'



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Rye (Self catering)
Willow Cottage, Rye

Willow Cottage

This wing of the owner's home is situated two miles from Rye and sleeps six people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 6

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Jevington (Self catering)
Owl Cottage, Jevington

Owl Cottage

Open plan sitting/dining room with kitchen. Double bedroom with king size bed and TV. Twin bedded room with TV. Bathroom/WC and separate shower cubicle.
Sleeps 4

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Rye (Hotel)
Mermaid Inn

Mermaid Inn

The Mermaid Inn the Jewel in Rye's Crown and is one of England's oldest and loveliest inns with Norman cellars dating from 1156 the Mermaid rebuilt in 1420 offers tradition and charm in abundance. The Inn is a only 2-minute walk from Rye Heritage Centre and a 3-minute walk from … more >>

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Cranbrook (Hotel)
The Star And Eagle Hotel

The Star And Eagle Hotel

Nestling in the heart of the Kentish Weald. This 14th Century listed building stands at the highest point. Wonderful views overlooking the Kent countryside. 10 well appointed traditional bedrooms all varying in style kept to the highest standard. Lots of exposed beams and narrow corridors that will take you back … more >>

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