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British History Quiz

This politician is generally regarded as the first Prime Minister



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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

This king erected memorials to mark places where his beloved wife's body rested on her final journey to burial in London



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Winscombe (Self catering)
The Bakehouse, Winscombe

The Bakehouse

This cottage is located on a non-working farm near to Winscombe in Somerset and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
Sleeps 2

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Wells (Self catering)
Mill Lodge, Wells

Mill Lodge

Mill Lodge has been converted from the original 18th century mill house into a spacious and comfortable self-catering apartment. The conversion was carried out in 2005 to a high standard …
Sleeps 4

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Castle Cary (Hotel)
The George Hotel

The George Hotel

It has managed to preserve many historic features of the town, such as the round house, horsepond and many other local buildings, dating back to the 16th century. The hotel is owned and managed by Daniel Patrick along with family and staff. Our aim is to provide our guests with … more >>

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Glastonbury (Hotel)
The George and Pilgrim

The George and Pilgrim

Built in the 1400s The George and Pilgrim is the oldest purpose-built pub in the South West of England. Situated in the heart of Glastonbury it is steeped in history and old folk law. The building has a paneled stone frontage mullion windows and old oak beams. All 14 … more >>

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