Wiltshire Travel Guide - Historic Churches

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British History Quiz

This wandering priest was leader of the Peasant's Revolt of 1381. He made famous the rhyming couplet, 'When Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman'



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This Day in British History

16 December, 1431

Henry VI crowned King of France

The coronation in Paris is led by Cardinal Beaufort. The expense of this second coronation causes a financial crisis

Monarch Mayhem

This king's most famous mistress was Jane Shore, daughter of a wealthy London merchant



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Garsdon (Self catering)
Park Farm Cottage, Garsdon

Park Farm Cottage

This detached cottage is located in the Wiltshire village of Garsdon and can sleep eight people in four bedrooms.
Sleeps 8

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Malmesbury (Self catering)
Oxen Cottage, Malmesbury

Oxen Cottage

Able to sleep four people, this two bedroom property is adjacent to the owner's farmyard on the edge of the Cotswolds village of Upper Seagry.
Sleeps 4

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Amesbury (Hotel)
George Hotel

George Hotel

The George Hotel is located in the small attractive town of Amesbury only 9 miles north of Salisbury and just 5 minutes drive away from the UNESCO site of Stonehenge. This 13th Century hotel is steeped in history retaining many of its original features while still providing guests with … more >>

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Salisbury (Hotel)
The Old Mill

The Old Mill

The Old Mill Hotel is a 15th century building with features dating back to 1250. From its early ecclesiastical beginnings it was transformed in the 16th century to a paper mill. The hotel is in the most tranquil location while the shopping and tourist district of Salisbury City centre is … more >>

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