In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, I head up to North Yorkshire to see and explore a glorious, medieval moated manor house. Off the tourist trail, Markenfield is described as 'the loveliest place you've never heard of'. Remaining largely untouched, Markenfield Hall is steeped in remarkable history. Join me and our guide, Kate Mainprize, to find out more about this beautiful building.
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Presenter: Sarah Morris
Guest: Kate Mainprize
Produced by Cutting Crew Productions