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Temple Folly Swinithwaite
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Temple Folly Wall Art Prints

Code: RWA0141

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The Temple Folly (named after the nearby Knights Templar chapel) lies in a small patch of woodland just off the A684 at Swinithwaite, North Yorkshire. Built to use as a banqueting house and belvedere in 1792 for £800, it has stunning views over the River Ure valley and across to Castle Bolton. It is now used for holiday accommodation with the living room and bathroom on the first floor and the bedroom at the top via a half-in, half-out staircase. I have had the pleasure of staying there and can heartily recommend it.

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