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It's on the list Phyllis. I hope the castle's not too drafty better put some hefty curtains up to keep the warmth in...Sue
HI Sue, I could live here, it's not to big to look after, yet big enough to make one feel one does live in a castle maybe. What a brilliant entrance too... put it on the list please!
Thank you pelross, it's a great photo which makes for a great puzzle and I'm pleased you enjoyed it.waxwing, even I'm learning bits and pieces about England and it's history. It's nice to know that you enjoy the puzzles and my historical snippets. Thank you...Sue
A fun puzzle and an absolutely gorgeous building! I love your puzzles, Sue - I've learned so much about so many areas of England - and the way you give the historical tidbits in your comments.
I love the arch to the inner courtyard. Beautiful grounds and that great stonework make this one great to solve. Thanks, Sue
This is a 15th century manor house Joyce and I think it looks great considering how long it's been standing. Thanks...Sue
Great picture/puzzle!! This building is wonderful ...... thanks Sue!! :)))(time, 8:00)