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Burford Photo Gallery - Image Detail

Almshouse turret detail
Detail of a turret on Warwick's almshouses

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British History Quiz

Two of William the Conqueror's sons became kings of England. Who was the third son?


This Day in British History

19 March, 1284

Statute of Rhuddlan

The statute set the standard for laws and administration in Wales, under English control

Monarch Mayhem

This king was only nine months old when he became king




Self catering cottage

This ground floor cottage is located in the village of Brailes in Oxfordshire and can sleep eight people in three bedrooms. more >>
Sleeps 8

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Hook Norton Barn

Hook Norton
Self catering cottage

A luxurious barn conversion, 1 mile from the village of Hook Norton, sleeping two people. more >>
Sleeps 2

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Banbury (Hotel)

Mercure Whately Hall Hotel

Situated close to Banbury Cross itself, The Whately is set in its own beautiful gardens. The cast of Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice got into character easily during their stay here while filming the TV series in the surrounding area, taking inspiration from the stunning scenery all around. Hidden staircases, … more >>

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Oxford (Hotel)

The Old Parsonage Hotel

A haven of tranquility the Old Parsonage is a thoroughly grown-up establishment conveniently located a short walk from the city centre less than an hour from London which makes it feel like a countryside retreat despite its urban location. A real fire burns in the warm lobby the recently completed … more >>

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