The Castles of Edward I tour, developed and hosted by British History Breaks, will take place between Friday 18th – Sunday 20th September
Limited to 20 places the three day, two night tour will be led by renowned historian and broadcaster Dr Marc Morris, taking guests on an exploration of the Castles of Edward I in North Wales. Fellow of the Royal Historical Society Dr Marc Morris, weaves the fascinating story of these remarkable castles and the personalities that forged them. Edward I’s ‘iron ring of castles’ which is recognised as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, represents the most ambitious and challenging building project in medieval Europe and has left Wales with an extraordinary military inheritance which must be experienced.
Following dinner on Friday evening, expert historian Marc Morris will give an introduction to Edward I’s campaign against the native Welsh Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, setting the stage for the weekend.
The fully catered weekend will include visits to Rhuddlan Castle, Conwy Castle, Caernarfon Castle, plus storytelling and two nights’ accommodation at the 17th Century grade II listed Plas Dinas Country House.
Castles of Edward I Tour with Historian and Broadcaster Dr Marc Morris, Cost: £590pp (single supplement of £100) includes:
2 night stay at Plas Dinas Country House
Travel by Executive 26 Seater Coach
Entrance to all attractions
Tour leader Marc Morris
Spaces are strictly limited so book now to avoid disappointment.
Visit www.britishhistorybreaks.com/find-break/marc-morris/ to view full details of the tour.