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Dragon Hotel

Dragon Hotel
Montgomery, Powys

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Dragon Hotel is an historic 17th century family run former Coaching Inn, set in the quiet village-sized town of Montgomery, in the stunning countryside of the beautiful rolling landscape that is The Welsh Marches … more >>

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Two of William the Conqueror's sons became kings of England. Who was the third son?



18 January, 1486

Henry VII marries Elizabeth of York

Elizabeth is the daughter of Edward IV. The marriage efectively united the Houses of York and Lancaster, ending the Wars of the Roses

This monarch's sons were called 'The Devil's Brood'





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The Stable

This cottage is a lovingly converted cosy ground floor property with views over the owner's pony paddocks situated near to the town of Llandysul and can sleep four people in …
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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.
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