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AdvantagesLots of history, plenty to see and do

DisadvantagesQuite expensive for non National Trust members

...luxury. Robert Smythson, a leading architect at the time was drafted in. He had designed Longleat House and Wollaton Hall and was the most sought after architect of the day. Construction began in 1590 but it would take seven years to complete. Today, Hardwick Hall is recognised as one of the finest Elizabethan houses in England and it is now cared for by the National Trust. The Old Hall, Bess...

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“House of Boredom”

published 22/03/2011

AdvantagesI can tell you guys not to waste your time

DisadvantagesBoring

...------------------ Rated - R18 RuN-TiMe - 95 minutes Genre - Horror American ------------- The 'House of the Devil' quite simply makes you angry as a film fan. Its one of those films that the DVD dust-cover is pasted with four and five star ratings and quotes from reputable newspapers and film magazines to suggest something good but what you get is the most boring horror move ever made. It...

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Excellent

AdvantagesGlorious scenery, in all weathers; lovely and peaceful

DisadvantagesOccasional tailbacks on narrow roads at the height of the tourist season

...of the highest-situated towns in England, it can be bitterly cold in winter. If it ever snows in Devon during winter, you can guarantee that it will here. Every town and village has at least one very attractive pub, many of them old and relatively unspoilt, providing a friendly welcome and very good food as well as a more than decent pint - or soft drinks if you?re driving, naturally. To the west, Tavistock...

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