The Nash is a Grade II listed building in Kempsey, Worcestershire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.
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Curradine Barns Wedding Reception Venue in Shrawley, Worcestershire
Madresfield Court, nr Malvern, Worcestershire. By P.C. Hardwick, 1863-85, for the sixth Earl Beauchamp. A very large moated house with a much restored 16th century brick wing as the entrance. The rest is bright red brick with half-timbering. An impressive high, narrow, internal courtyard with much carved timber. Arts & Crafts embellishments for the seventh Earl, including the library and chapel.
Located in a beautiful setting on a Cotswold hill, Stone Barn enjoys glorious isolation and spectacular views that provide the perfect backdrop for your wed .
Bretforton: The remarkable medieval Fleece Inn, owned by the National Trust and not to be missed if you like old English pubs
Dating back to the century and set in a 50 acre area at the foothills of Malvern, OldCastle is a gorgeous Grade II Listed estate which still retains all the grace and glory of its day, where milk barns and cider mills have been sympathetically
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Belvoir Castle in the mist
Travel, history and heritage information about Bywell Castle, a Castle in Northumberland, plus nearby accommodation and historic attractions to visit. Part of the Northumberland Travel Guide on Britain Express.
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