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Congleton, Cheshire, England
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A 7-minute drive from the centre of Congleton, HP Bed and Breakfast offers comfortable rooms and cooked English breakfasts. This east Cheshire guest house provides free parking and Wi-Fi. Rooms have private or en suite facilities with shower or...
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Random England fact:
There was a state of war between the Netherlands and the Isles of Scilly for 335 years which ended in 1986, probably the longest war in history. The war was probably also unique in that there was never a shot fired. It all began at the final stages of the English Civil War after the sinking of Dutch shipping.
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