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Chwarel Hên Llanfair Slate Caverns

A496, Cae Gethin, Llanfair, Merioneth, Wales, United Kingdom, LL46 2SA
The slate caverns of Llanfair in North Wales were mined between 1890 and 1910. These vast manmade caves have been reopened as a tourist attraction where visitors can experience the extraordinary achievement of the Welsh…

Church of the Holy Rude

St John Street, Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, FK8 1ED
Located in the town of Stirling, the Church of the Holy Rude was first built around 1129AD. It shares the same commanding hill and defensive ridge with Stirling Castle. The second oldest building in the…

Balbirnie Stone Circle

Tofthill (road), Balbirnie, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom, KY7 6NX
Balbirnie Stone Circle dates back to around 2800BC and once had ten stone megaliths but only eight remain today. Originally known as the Druids Circle it had to moved by roughly 125 metres to make…

Bagshaw Museum

Woodlands Road (off), Batley, West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, WF17 0AS
The Bagshaw Museum is located in the remarkable Gothic mansion once known as 'Woodlands' which was built in 1875-76 for local businessman George Sheard. After his death it was bought by it Walter Bagshaw later,…

Breamore House

Breamore Park, Breamore, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom, SP6 2DF
Breamore House is a gabled Elizabethan manor located near to the town of Fordingbridge and overlooking the Avon Valley. It was rebuilt in 1583 by William Dodington who had purchased the original manorial estate from…

Bowhill House

Duchess Drive, Bowhill, Selkirkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, TD7 5ET
The original residence was built three miles west of Selkik by Lord Bowhill in 1708. The house and land was bought by Francis, 2nd Duke of Buccleuch, for his son Lord Charles Scott in 1747.…

Bow Fiddle Rock – Portknockie

Patrol Road, Portknockie, Moray, Scotland, United Kingdom, AB56 4JN
The Bow Fiddle Rock is found near to Portknockie, a small cliff top fishing village on the Moray coast between Findochty and Cullen.  It overlooks the Moray Firth with a history dating back to 1677.…

Bovey Castle – Dartmoor National Park

B3212, North Bovey, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK, TQ13 8RE
Bovey Castle is to be found in the Dartmoor National Park in Devon. It is a 20th century mansion which is now (2015) used as a five star hotel.  In 1930 the Great Western Railway…

Boscobel House & The Royal Oak

Offoxey Rd (just off), Brewood, Bishop's Wood, Shropshire, England, UK – ST19 9AR
Once there was a tree that saved the life of a king.  Located just inside the town of Shropshire, Boscobel House was originally built as a farmhouse during the mid 16th century, and was later…

Boscastle Harbour

Penally Hill (Rd), Boscastle, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, PL35 0HA
  Boscastle is a pretty village and fishing port on the north coast of Cornwall located in an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' just a few miles from the popular holiday towns of Tintagel and…

Bolton Steam Museum

Mornington Road, Bolton, Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom, BL1 4EU
Bolton Steam Museum has the largest set of working mill steam engines in Britain. For the past two decades the museum has been restoring the exhibits to ensure the preservation of these remarkable machines. Visitors…

Bod of Gremista

Gremista Marina, Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland, United Kingdom, ZE1 0PX
The Bod of Gremista was built in 1780 by Arthur Nicholson as a home and a shop for the local fishing industry. It is a typical 18th century fishing booth or "böd" located in the…

Bodiam Castle

Main Street, Bodiam, East Sussex, England, United kingdom, TN32 5UA
Near Robertsbridge is Bodiam Castle. It was constructed in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge to protect the region from French invasion. Considered one of the most picturesque castles in England it is also one of…

Bodelwyddan Castle

Engine Hill (Rd), Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire, England, United Kingdom, LL18 5YA
Found in North Wales close to mountains and the sea this is a building designed by a man much better known for his connection with Victorian London and the forerunner of the famous black taxis…

Boarstall Tower

Brill Road, Boarstall, Buckinghamshire, England, United kingdom, HP18 9UX
Located in Boarstall, Buckinghamshire, the tower was once the moated gatehouse of a much larger fortified mansion. It was constructed in 1312 by John de Haudlo and marked the entrance to Boarstall House which was…

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