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Bodiam Castle
England

Bodiam Castle is located in East Sussex beside the river Rother, it is a genuine moated castle, with excellent views from its walls out across the surrounding countryside.  The location is well equipped with childrens and educational facilities and there are frequent shows and events for all the family.

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