Old Kings Arms HotelPembroke, Dyfed
The Old Kings Arms Hotel is Pembroke's oldest hostelry and has deeds that date back to the 1520s. The hotel front was added during the Georgian period and the hotel has long been one of … more >>
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This Chancellor of England was named Archbishop of Canterbury by Richard II, who then banished him. He returned when Henry IV deposed Richard.
He served as Richard's chancellor from 1386-1389, and again from 1391-1396
He served as Henry IV's chancellor untilthe Beaufort's briefly ousted him from office in 1410
20 July, 1837
Euston Station opens
Euston is the first railway terminus in London
This king was deposed by his wife, Isabella of France
The king's favourites included Piers Gaveston and Hugh Despenser
He was murdered at Berkeley Castle in 1327
Snowdonia (North Wales)
St David's CathedralCathedral
This beautiful, character cottage near Narberth, Pembrokeshire, sleeps ten people in four bedrooms.
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This terraced cottage is situated in the heart of St Davids and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.