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Situated a short distance from both Leeds and York, Hazlewood Castle has become a tranquil haven for those wanting to get away from it all. Restaurant Anise provides a chic French ambience with a bistro style cuisine throughout the day and into the night. Set in 77 acres of woodland, … more >>
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"a little town that the arm of the Sea comes up to, its one of the biggest town in the Island; in a mile off it is Casbrooke Castle into which King Charles the first retired when he was worsted by the Parliaments forces; there are some good roomes that still remaine but the most part are destroyed and only ruined walls to be seen ..."
Wilton, St Mary's Church- Wilton, Wiltshire, England
The village of Wilton is best known for its history as a centre of carpet manufacture and the location of Wilton House, one of the finest stately homes in England. There is another historical feature that deserves a mention, however, and that is the old medieval church of St Mary's, which stands in the Market Place. ... more