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Kenilworth Castle Pictures - Image Detail

Mortimers Tower
Mortimer's Tower was the original Norman gatehouse to the castle. It was named for a carved stone shield bearing the arms of the Mortimer family, which can e seen on the wall. You can see arrowslits and the grooves in the walls where a portcullis would have been.

Images of Kenilworth
The Outer Court and grounds
The Great Hall and its towers
Leicester's Building
The Keep
Leicester's Gatehouse

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Warwickshire

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This ground floor annexe to the owners' home is situated close to the village of Hatton and Warwick and sleeps four people. more >>
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The Hayloft

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Macdonald The Swan's Nest Hotel

The Swans Nest overlooks the River Avon, and dating back to the late 17th century, it is one of the earliest brick houses built in the Stratford area. It is perfectly located for an afternoon boating trip, or a leisurely stroll along the banks of the Avon before heading to … more >>

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Bosworth Hall Hotel

A magnificent grade II mansion set in its own 11 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. The main halls sweeping staircase is enhanced by the intricate carved banisters. All 192 luxury en-suite bedrooms are decorated with individual yet, traditional style. There are a variety of room types which include Master Suite … more >>

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