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The Priory Hotel

The Priory Hotel
Newport, Gwent

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Priory is nestled within the historic town of Caerleon on the River Usk. Founded by Hywel ap Iorwerth a Welsh prince and dating back to 1180 the Priory started life as … more >>

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This Benedictine monk and scholar succeeded Lanfranc as Archbishop of Canterbury in 1093

17 March, 1628

Charles I's 3rd Parliament opens

Among the MPs is Oliver Cromwell, an unknown squire from Huntingdon

This queen's reign saw the union of England and Scotland in 1707


Snowdonia (North Wales)

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Llandysul (Self catering)
Millerís Cottage, Llandysul

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This barn conversion cottage is located near to the village of Llandysul in South Wales and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Wolfscastle (Self catering)
The Duck House, Wolfscastle

The Duck House

This semi detached cottage is set in a quiet courtyard just two miles from the Pembrokeshire village of Wolfscastle and can sleep six people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 6

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