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This famous 14th Century inn was once a renowned meeting place for smugglers in times gone by. Oak beams and open fires offer mellow reminders of the past and create an intimate atmosphere in the bar. The Star at Alfriston has 37 bedrooms, including 2 Feature Rooms, located in the … more >>
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"Northampton ... opens a noble prospect to your sight a mile distant, a large town well built, the streetes as large as most in London except Holborn and the Strand, the houses well built of brick and stone and some all stone, very regular buildings; ... there is abundance of new building which adds to the beauty of the town ..."
Ludlow, St Laurence Church- Ludlow, Shropshire, England
One of the truly outstanding medieval town churches in England. St Laurence's nickname 'The Cathedral of the Marches', reflects the importance of Ludlow in the turbulent Welsh Marches region, but also the impressive size and rich furnishings this 12th century church. ... more