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British History Quiz

The first uniform postal service, introduced by Rowland Hill, began in 1840, and was called the ...


This Day in British History

20 October, 1714

George I crowned king

George, who spoke no English, had only entered the country for the first time a month earlier

Monarch Mayhem

This king's son and heir was dubbed The Black Prince


Farley (Self catering)
The Annex at Farley Lodge, Farley

The Annex at Farley Lodge

A romantic, detached timber cottage in a 2000-acre woodland nature reserve near Farley, close to the Wilshire/Hampshire border, with one eaves bedroom accommodating two people.
Sleeps 2

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Rowde (Self catering)
Rowdecroft Farm Byre, Rowde

Rowdecroft Farm Byre

This single-storey barn conversion is located in the village of Rowde and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Salisbury (Hotel)
Mercure White Hart Hotel

Mercure White Hart Hotel

This elegant 17th century Georgian hotel is in the heart of medieval Salisbury, overlooking the famous Cathedral and Close. Its tradition of offering fine hospitality in comfortable surroundings is maintained to this day. In the winter months huge log fires burn in open fireplaces while in summer our courtyard is … more >>

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South Cerney (Hotel)
Eliot Arms

Eliot Arms

The Eliot Arms at South Cerney is one of Eldridge Popes most popular Inns especially appealing to overseas visitors as well as British tourists. Its attraction is the fact it is a 16th Century typical Cotswold stone hotel and pub that simply oozes character. Located in the heart of the … more >>

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