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Julia Dalton
Julia Dalton • 1 year ago

Thornbury is the only Tudor Castle in England to be opened as a hotel. It is situated in Thornbury, South Gloucestershire. What is unbelievable is that visitor’s can choose to stay in the ‘Duke’s Bedchamber’ the exact room that Henry VIII and Queen Anne Boleyn slept in during their visit in 1535!

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