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Markenfield Hall is a spectacular mediaeval house, built mainly in 1310, and completely surrounded by its moat. It has been wonderfully little altered since, and is the most complete surviving medium-sized fourteenth century country house left in England.
The story of Markenfield Hall is one of the saddest and most romantic in English history. Deeply intertwined with the fortunes of nearby Fountains Abbey, this great house was one of the most important centres of the Rising of the North in 1569, which was the cause of its tragic downfall.
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Yorkshire Dales, UK
Built in 1729 as a classic Georgian country house in a charming hamlet just one mile outside of Richmond, North Yorkshire, Easby Hall was significantly extended in the late 19th Century to accommodate a ballroom and generously sized dancing hall and ...