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British History Quiz

The first Hanoverian monarch of England, he spoke no English and relinquished political control to a Prime Minister, Robert Walpole


This Day in British History

24 March, 1603

Death of Elizabeth I

Elizabeth's death at Richmond Palace led to the succession of James VI of Scotland as James I of England

Monarch Mayhem

This king was imprisoned and eventually murdered at Berkeley Castle


Teversal (Self catering)
Whiteboro Lodge, Teversal

Whiteboro Lodge

This cottage near Tibshelf on the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire border sleeps up to five people in one bedroom.
Sleeps 5

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Kersall (Self catering)
Sweet Briar Cottage, Kersall

Sweet Briar Cottage

Sweet Briar Cottage sleeps 4 in a single storey brick cottage, offering beautiful views over open countryside, set in the quiet hamlet of Kersall within the 1 acre grounds of …
Sleeps 4

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Nottingham (Hotel)
The Country Cottage Hotel

The Country Cottage Hotel

A warm welcome awaits you when you visit the Country Cottage Hotel a unique restoration of 17th Century cottages with roses and honeysuckle ramble over the walls. The Hotel lies tucked away in the village of Ruddington only a few minutes drive from the bustling cosmopolitan city of Nottingham. The … more >>

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Nottingham (Hotel)
Lace Market Hotel Nottingham

Lace Market Hotel Nottingham

The Lace Market Hotel is housed in an original Georgian Townhouse built in 1820 and retains many of its original grand features. Beautifully re-furbished in September 2015 the design is boutique chic and luxurious. Additional facilities include free Wi-Fi throughout the entire building as well as meeting rooms suitable for … more >>

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