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Situated on the edge of the idyllic Dartmoor National Park and just five minutes from the vibrant marine town of Plymouth Boringdon Hall Hotel provides a peaceful and tranquil refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The earliest mention of Boringdon Hall can be found in the 1086 … more >>
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Eskdale Green, Cumbria
"The Roman fort at Hardknott, at the eastern extremity of Eskdale, was built by Agricola in about 120 AD. It was part of a Roman supply road reaching from Ravenglass on the coast to Ambleside and beyond to Brougham, near Penrith. Hardknott was garrisoned for nearly 280 years, with the final troops leaving around 410 AD."
Stanley Pontlarge, St Michael's Church- Stanley Pontlarge, Gloucestershire, England
A late 12th century church in a rural setting. There are two beautifully carved Norman doorways, and a chancel arch of the same age. There is a Norman font, recarved in the 13th century. ... more