In this guide, we travel to Kent on a packed six-day itinerary from east to west, visiting some of the best Tudor places the county has to offer.
Langley Castle is one of the few medieval fortified castle hotels in the country. Originally built in the fourteenth century, it now offers luxury hotel accommodation in a truly unique setting.
Seckford Hall is a historic country house set in acres of stunning grounds and gardens. Now a luxury hotel, guests can stay in unique accommodation, including the room once visited by Elizabeth I.
Name and Title: Katherine Parr (she signed her letters Kateryn Parr), Queen of England.
Born: Blackfriars, London, c.1512.
Died: 5 September 1548.
Buried: Sudeley Castle Chapel, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.
In this blog we explore the life, death and burial of Queen Katherine Parr…
Athelhampton House is one of the best preserved Tudor manor houses in the country and offers accommodation options for up to fourteen people.
The Lygon Arms in Broadway is a beautiful Tudor building, believed to be used by King Charles I during the Civil War. Today it offers a range of luxury accommodation.
Name and Titles: Thomas White, Mayor of Tenby
Died: 8 May 1483
Buried: St Mary’s Church, Tenby, Pembrokeshire.
In this blog we explore the life, death and burial of Thomas White
Hylton Cottage is located in the heart of Lavenham in Suffolk – one of the best preserved medieval towns in the country.
Roch Castle’s history dates back to the twelfth century. Lovingly restored, it is now an award-winning hotel, with panoramic views of Pembrokeshire.
Name and Titles: Sir Rhys ap Thomas KG
Born: 1449, Carmarthenshire
Buried: Greyfriars, Carmarthen, later moved at the Dissolution to St Peter’s Church, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire.
In this blog we explore the life, death and burial of Rhys ap Thomas, hero of the Battle of Bosworth.