Wiltshire Travel Guide - Historic Churches





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British History Quiz

This revolutionary artist, architect, and landscape gardener helped develop the peculiarly English style of landscape gardening



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This Day in British History

24 June, 1141

Londoners expel Queen Matilda from the city

The citizens of London were angered by Matilda's demands for taxes and forced her to flee from a banquet and escape to Oxford

Monarch Mayhem

This king defeated Henry Hotspur at the Battle of Shrewsbury in 1403



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East Knoyle (Self catering)
The Beams, Stonehaven, East Knoyle

The Beams, Stonehaven

This self contained wing of the owner's home on the edge of the village of East Knoyle sleeps two people.
Sleeps 2

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Bowerhill (Self catering)
Stables Cottage, Bowerhill

Stables Cottage

This charming, detached barn conversion sits in a peaceful position on the owners' working arable farm, and sleeps five people in three bedrooms.
Sleeps 5

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Amesbury (Hotel)
George Hotel

George Hotel

The George Hotel is located in the small attractive town of Amesbury only 9 miles north of Salisbury and just 5 minutes drive away from the UNESCO site of Stonehenge. This 13th Century hotel is steeped in history retaining many of its original features while still providing guests with … more >>

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Salisbury (Hotel)
The Old Mill

The Old Mill

The Old Mill Hotel is a 15th century building with features dating back to 1250. From its early ecclesiastical beginnings it was transformed in the 16th century to a paper mill. The hotel is in the most tranquil location while the shopping and tourist district of Salisbury City centre is … more >>

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