a Historic City in the county of Gloucestershire
in the county of Hertfordshire
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An interesting 13th century stone enclosure fortress, founded by Sir Randulf de Blundeville, earl of Chester, and birthplace of King Henry IV in 1367.
OS Grid Ref: TF349650
|Finding Peace Amongst The Ruins||by John Ravenscroft|
in the county of Lincolnshire(3.9 miles, 6.3 km, direction SW)
Surrounded by woodland, the pretty village of Revesby was once the home of the celebrated naturalist, Sir Joseph Banks..
in the county of Lincolnshire(9.5 miles, 15.4 km, direction NE)
The gentle hills of the Wold's beyond a coast inhabited by some of England's finest nature reserves reveal a wealth of preserved buildings dotted amid famously beautiful countryside...
in the county of Lincolnshire(13.3 miles, 21.4 km, direction W)
This is a pleasant place which grew up along the banks of the River Witham, within site and sounds of some famous abbey's...
a Seaside Town in the county of Lincolnshire(13.3 miles, 21.4 km, direction S)
This is the town in which the Pilgrim Fathers were imprisoned in the year 1607 following their first attempt to escape to America and the cells which held them can still be seen in the 15th-century Guildhall...
a Seaside Town in the county of Lincolnshire(13.3 miles, 21.4 km, direction E)
Ingoldmells offers an exciting traditional sea-side holiday, it has a good beach which is safe for bathing, and in the hinterland there is a great choice of caravan and camping parks for families...All towns in Lincolnshire
Built of a soft-pinkish brick, this long beautifully proportioned 17th century house presents a charming picture, the very.....
The wonderful world that is Claythorpe Water Mill and Gardens is located in lush "wold's" countryside between Claythorpe and Aby,.....
Looking at the huge red brick keep perched in its lofty setting the visitor is immediately struck by the strong French influences.....