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Superior Accommodation in Castles , Manors , Tudor Thatched Cottages , Old Coaching Inns , Georgian Rectories and Private Period Homes.
Locations include the beautiful moated 14th c. manor house at Ightham, pre y villages like Alfriston , country inns , medieval Rye , Tom Baker's local pub ( T.B was Dr. Who ) and England's most haunted village , Pluckley in Kent . Suchttplaces are associated with legendary Giants , Ghosts, Witches , Smugglers , Highwaymen and hanged and gibbeted criminals .
Winchester , the picturesque fishing village of Bosham in Sussex , the Crab and Lobster Inn, beautiful Hampshire villages of timber and thatch and mystical Stonehenge . Suchttplaces are associated with a Cavalier ghost , King Canute , King Edward the Martyr , King Arthur , King Alfred the Great and ancient Druidic worship .
The stunningly beautiful house and gardens at Stourhead, Gold Hill and the Abbey at Shaftesbury, ghostly duellists at a 15th c. manor house, the 180' high Giant at Cerne Abbas and a Tudor mansion which has fourteen ghosts .
Locations include the legendary site of Camelot at Cadbury Castle , Glastonbury with its associations with Joseph of Arimathea , Avalon , The Holy Grail and King Arthur and Guinevere . The beautiful cathedral at Wells and a meeting with the Witch of Wookey Hole .
The largest prehistric stone circle in the world at Avebury . A very strange tale at a ghostly 16th c. manor house in Wiltshire . A macabre monument in a village church. Meet the " Grey Lady of Malmesbury" . A village church in Gloucestershire which has fabulous 15th c. Flemish stained glass windows . Bibury in the Cotswolds where a tale is told of a gullible landlord .
The Rollright Stones of the Cotswolds , a Bronze Age " Cathedral " , a medieval village inn in Worcestershire which has marks on the stone - flagged floor to keep away witches and evil spirits , a pre y village green complete with maypole , the village of Bidford on Avon famous for its beer drinkers and immortalised in rhyme as drunken Bidford " by Shakespeare , who drank there .
The stunningly beautiful Cotswolds villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter . The apparently sinister name of 'slaughter' comes in fact from the Anglo-Saxon word 'sleotre' meaning 'muddy - place' . Other Cotswolds villages visited include Bourton - on -the -Water , Broadway , and Chipping Campden .