A small stone circle set within the confines of a Grade II listed 18th century park surrounding Penbedw Hall. The circle may be Bronze age, but may also have been erected as a folly during picturesque landscaping of Penbedw Hall parkland in the 18th19th century.
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Set in an impressive early Victorian villa, Ascot House is a family-run hotel which has recently been acquired by Bernard, a French expatriate. He is partnered by Janice, who is English. Ascot House Hotel, which is being fully refurbished into a small boutique hotel, has free, private, off-road parking and … more >>
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"Above the port of Penzance stands the ruins of a large Iron Age hill fort known as Lescudjack Castle. Lescudjack covers nearly 3 acres in area, making it one of the largest Iron Age structures in Cornwall. It was inhabited from about 300 BC to 100 AD. The name derives from old Cornish and roughly translates as 'shielded enclosure'."
Over Peover, St Lawrence Church- Over Peover, Cheshire, England
St Lawrence Church at Over Peover is an odd building, a curious mix of medieval and later Georgian architecture. It began in the 12th century as a chapel of ease for Rostherne, 7 miles distant. The Georgian nature of the church is most immediately obvious, as a curious two-faced sundial memorial dated to 1717 stands at the entrance to the footpath leading to the church. In the churchyard is a restored … ... more