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A traditional village inn set in leafy grounds with easy access to local attractions and neighbouring business parks. The Crown Inn is Grade 1 listed 15th Century building, fully restored yet still retaining many original features. Brimming with history, the inn boasts visits from scores of glamorous stars of the … more >>
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"Salfor has only a little Chappell of Ease and is belonging to the Parish of Manchester ... the Marketplace is large it takes up two streetes length when the Market is kept for their Linnen Cloth Cotten Tickings Incles, which is the manufacture of the town; there is a very fine schoole for young Gentlewomen as good as any in London and musick and danceing, and things are very plenty here this is a thriveing place."
Snowshill- Snowshill, Gloucestershire, England
A pretty hillside village in the north Cotswolds, near Broadway. Like so many of its neighbours, Snowshill is full of charm, with lovely golden-toned stone cottages clustered around the sloping churchyard and green. The church of St Barnabas mostly 19th century, though it looks older, and boasts a 15th century octagonal font.Snowshill is best known for the National Trust's Snowshill Manor, a lovely Tudor manor on the foundations of a medieval monastery. ... more