Arundel Castle has been the home of the Dukes of Norfolk for over 600 years. The castle looks like a Gothic fairy tale. Well, it is, in a sense, but much of the "fairy tale" was created in the 19th century. The heart of Arundel is pure Norman, however, including the keep with the small chamber that was Queen Maud's first home when she made her bid for the throne of England. Arundel,
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Bramber Castle is an early Norman motte and bailey castle built by William De Braose in 1070. The De Braose family retained the castle for over 250 years. The castle was subject to siege by Parliament during the Civil War; Parliamentary troops set cannons up in the transepts of the nearby church to fire down upon the castle. Today only the ruins of the gatehouse suggest the imposing nature of the stronghold. A283,
The Synod of Hertford was a church gathering that proclaimed the supremacy of the see of Canterbury in the English church. The Archbishop of Canterbury was given the power to divide dioceses and to create new bishops.
Which of the following was NOT married to Henry VIII?
This newly built Lodge is of a very high standard and offers excellent spacious, secluded, quiet cosy accommodation. Sunny outlook, French doors open onto a private terrace. Facilities include … Sleeps 2
Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa is a privately owned four star hotel nestled in the Surrey countryside only a short drive from the historic market town of Haslemere. An unusual cluster of historic buildings set in 22 acres of parkland with a Tudor house and carefully restored farm buildings it … more >>
Award winning Colonial Railway Station. This Listed Building has 2 rooms in the Station House and 6 rooms in Luxurious Edwardian Pullman Railway Carriages.All rooms are en suite with baths and showers,T.V. coffeetea making.Guest lounge is in the Magnificent former booking hall with its vaulted ceiling and ticket windows. Awarded … more >>