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Brancepeth Castle is a historic medieval fortress located in the village of Brancepeth, County Durham. It stands on the site of a former Norman motte-and-bailey castle and has a rich history dating back over nine hundred years. It has a recently renovated flat for up to three guests to stay in.
After travelling for around four weeks, and lodging for a week at Raglan Castle, Elizabeth of York and Henry VII began their homebound journey.
Bordering Wales and England, Chepstow Castle sits atop of the cliffs overlooking the River Wye in Monmouthshire’s Wye Valley. it was the next stop on the 1502 progress.
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Nestled by a small stream in a woodland clearing, Hole Cottage is the remaining fragment of a late medieval timber-framed hall house. Its rural, peaceful location is the perfect base for exploring the county of Kent, which is brimming with Tudor places to visit.