By Bude People
at 02:57 on 17/05/11
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The low and grass-covered but complete ground-plan of a moated 13th-century manor house, in a delightful woodland setting.
Times: Mon-Sun dawn-dusk
Venue: English Heritage: Penhallam Marine Drive,Bude,EX23 0LZ0870 333 1181www.english-heritage.org.uk
I thought, from my map, that the Binhamy site is on private land (not English Heritage) and therefore, that it was likely to be inaccessible to the public?
at 10:05 on 24/07/11
There is one in Bude, that seems to be forgotten. Binhamy!Go down cleavelands and through the little campsite on left. Cross over the moat where the Danger Bees! sign is, and you're in it.Why is this one left completely grown over but Penhallam is now an attraction?If it (Binhamy) was a Heritage site there'd be no discussion of building so close.Go visit at dusk, its quite spooky.
By Penny Farthing Post
at 21:59 on 23/07/11
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