Llangoed HallBrecon, Glamorgan
Llangoed Hall is situated in the idyllic Wye Valley in the heart of the Welsh countryside a stone's throw from the Brecon Beacons and just nine miles from Hay-on-Wye the UK's bookshop capital.Situated between south … more >>
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Two of William the Conqueror's sons became kings of England. Who was the third son?
He was named Duke of Normandy after William died in 1087
He was defeated at Tinchbrai in 1106 and imprisoned for the rest of his life
20 May, 1313
Ordinance of the Staple
The Ordinance established a compulsory depot through which all wool exports had to pass. The first 'Staple' was St Omer
He was killed by his stepmother to put his half-brother on the throne
His stepmother was Æthelflæd
His half-brother was Aethelred the Unready
Snowdonia (North Wales)
Pembroke Castle Castle
3 Marlais View
This traditional terraced cottage is situated in the village of Llansawel in Carmarthenshire and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.
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This detached, single-storey cottage near Cardigan sleeps eight people in four bedrooms.