1 edition of Boscobel House and White Ladies Priory, Shropshire. found in the catalog.
Boscobel House and White Ladies Priory, Shropshire.
Boscobel house sheltered Charles II after the battle of Worcester.
|Contributions||Charles II, King of England., Great Britain. Department of the Environment.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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by J. J West | 1 Jan Unknown Binding Book 1. The Midlands. Worcester to Stratford-upon-Avon (via Boscobel). by Trevor Antill | 1 Mar Paperback Currently unavailable. Boscobel House And White Ladies Priory Shropshire.
by Weaver O. | 1 Jan Paperback More buying choices £ (5 used offers). ESCAPE TO WHITE LADIES. At three o’clock in the morning of 4 Septembera party of 60 Royalist soldiers rode quietly up to the gates of an old converted priory, White Ladies, on the northern border of Shropshire.
It was dark, and they had passed unnoticed through 40 miles of countryside. Boscobel House is a Grade II* listed building in the parish of Boscobel in has been, at various times; a farmhouse, a hunting lodge, and a holiday home; but it is most famous for its role in the escape of Charles II after the Battle of Worcester in Today it is managed by English Heritage and is open to the public.
Boscobel House was created aroundwhen landowner John. wall painting. The house is set in a reconstructed formal garden, which retains a C17 viewing platform. The house is a Scheduled Ancient Monument in Guardianship.
Boscobel House and White Ladies Priory, H.M.S.O. Guide Book (); J.J. West, Boscobel House, D.O.E. Guide Book. Boscobel remained a working farm and visitors today can also see the dairy, farmyard, smithy, gardens, and a descendant of The Royal Oak tree. White Ladies Priory, now a ruin, another of Charles’s hiding places, is a short walk away and set in peaceful Shropshire countryside.
Boscobel house shropshire Quite a charming and quaint little house, not many staff to run this place and ongowing work on the house is a bit of a pain as it can spoil outdoor pictures.
Lovely little cafe quite small with a few chickens hanging around hoping to be fed - great time of year to see the housemartins feeding their youngsters.5/5().