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Edinburgh was a growing community in the late 18th century and two bridges were built to facilitate the expansion, North Bridge and South Bridge, known locally as ‘The Bridges’. The South Bridge, built to span …

There has been a castle here on these cliffs overlooking the Firth of Clyde quite possibly as early as 1165. The History of Culzean Castle The Kennedy Clan has been associated with the Province of Carrick …

The original Craigievar Castle, which was named after a nearby hill, was built sometime in the 14th Century and owned by the Mortimer family. The building of the Castle was never finished and the family was …

The Bolling Hall that stands today perched overlooking the city of Bradford – and now incongruously in the middle of a housing estate – was build in 1370 and extended in the 15th century. Before this time, …

Tyn Dwr Hall

April 1, 2009 // 0 Comments

Tyn Dwr Hall, translated from Welsh is “House of Water” and  is situated in the village of Llangollen. It`s name is very apt as Hall sits on a natural stream and has a incorporates hidden in …

Regarded as a strategically important location since Roman times, Tretower Castle was the predecessor to Tretower Court. It is a perfect example of how a building can change from castle stronghold to a domestic residence depending on …

Skirrid Inn

April 1, 2009 // 0 Comments

The Skirrid Inn is believed to be the oldest pub in Wales, nestling within the shadow of the Skirrid Mountain in Abergavenny. The History of The Skirrid Inn The oak- beams contained within the Skirrid Inn …

Bull Hotel

April 1, 2009 // 0 Comments

The Bull Hotel is situated in the center of Abergele town. The History of The Bull Hotel In late 1848, Jane Roberts of Abergele, opened up her home to a Mormon preacher, John Parry Jr, who was …

Plas Mawr

April 1, 2009 // 0 Comments

Plas Mawr is one of the best preserved Elizabethan town houses in Britain having been built between 1577-1580 in Conwy, for an influential Welsh squire, Robert Wynn or Wynne. The interiors are impressive, as the rooms have been …

In 1835,Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot had married Lady Charlotte Butler, the daughter of the first Earl of Glengall, There were four children from his marriage – Theodore, Emily Charlotte, Bertha Isabella (who marries John Fletcher …

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