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


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25 October, 1154

Death of King Stephen

Stephen is succeeded by Henry Plantagenet, son of Empress Matilda (Queen Maud)

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This monarch died at Pontefract Castle in Yorkshire, in early 1400, probably of starvation


Ubbeston Green (Self catering)
Kingsway, Ubbeston Green


This detached cottage can sleep six people in three bedrooms and is situated in the heart of the Suffolk countryside close to the town of Framlingham.
Sleeps 6

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Felixstowe (Self catering)
Felix Court, Felixstowe

Felix Court

All on first floor: Sitting/dining room with sea views. Well equipped kitchen. Spacious double bedroom with sea views and balcony. Bathroom/WC (shower over bath).
Sleeps 2

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Lavenham (Hotel)
Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel

The Swan at Lavenham is one of the most historic hotels in Suffolk (if not in all of England!). The hotel dates to the 14th century, and the building oozes history from every darkened beam. Parts of the hotel once served as a medieval guildhall for Lavenham's wealthy wool merchants, and parts were a 16th century house. Within the charmingly restored interior you will find numerous original features, including an authentic minstrel gallery. more >>

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Bury St Edmunds (Hotel)
Ravenwood Hall Hotel

Ravenwood Hall Hotel

One of the most historic hotels in in Suffolk Ravenwood Hall is steeped in nearly 500 years of history Set in seven acres of landscaped woodlands and gardens this country house hotel is easily accessible from the main A14 running through the heart of East Anglia. Whether your visit is … more >>

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