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Before we look at the list of amazing English Heritage castles in England, it pays to know what English Heritage really is: English Heritage cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites – from world-famous prehistoric sites to grand medieval castles, from Roman forts on the edges of the empire to a Cold War bunker....
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Many of the castles that we’ve been looking at are restored and in use – possibly an event space, possibly a castle hotel. Sometimes, though, we come across castles that are, while they are open to the public to be seen, not exactly functional. Still, regardless of the condition of the castle, a lot of...
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Wales, as we know, is a country that’s brimming with castles. Restored castles, ruined castles, castles with only the foundations left – there are a lot. In fact, there are hundreds of them, and some of the well-maintained, well-restored ones are actually tourist destinations where thousands of people flock to regularly. The value of castles...
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If you’re not yet familiar with coworking, here’s a simple Wikipedia article to keep you up to speed. Here’s a quote from the article: Typically it is attractive to work-at-home professionals, independent contractors, or people who travel frequently who end up working in relative isolation. Coworking is also the social gathering of a group of people...
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It’s pretty tough to keep track of all the castles we’re looking at. Unfortunately (or fortunately?), we have more coming your way. Here are five more castles in Ireland you can stay at, if you happen to find yourself in the area. 1. Lough Cutra Castle Lough Cutra Castle and Estate has a long and varied history....
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Wales is a really great place for picturesque landscapes and breathtaking locales. Here are five more places from Wales that are pretty cool and can be places for writer’s retreats. 1. Dinas Powys Found in the Vale of Glamorgan, it is a village that has been populated since ancient times, and still remains largely rural....
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Here are five more castles in Wales that can be considered dream locations for writing retreats. We’re looking at castles in Caerphilly and Cardiff. The plus side is that not all of these castles are ruins, so there’s more to explore. 1. Caerphilly Castle Caerphilly was constructed in the 13th century as a part of...
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The humble little country of Wales, located at the south-eastern part of Great Britain, boasts an interesting distinction: it’s sometimes called the castle capital of the world, and for good reason. Wales has had about four-hundred castles over the course of history, with about a hundred or so of them still left standing. And castles,...
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We’ve been looking at castle hotels in Britain, Spain, and France, and perhaps it’s about time to complete the trinity of romantic countries by looking at the castle hotels that one can visit in Italy. There are a lot of beautiful castle hotels in Italy, as much, perhaps, as in Spain and France, so if you find...
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For a change of place – and moving out of the British isles for a while – we’ll look at some of the castles on sale in Spain, the ones which you might consider buying, if you ever decide to. We can already believe that castles fulfill a certain purpose outside of the initially perceived...
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