Dovecote Sentence Examples
The mill house stands close by along with several outbuildings including a large dovecote.
Above this the comb is divided into nine sections rising by large steps to the apex, each pierced by 30 or more openings, like an immense dovecote.
For primary sources, see under the type of building the dovecote belonged to.
The Bishop of Hereford had a dovecote on his manor in Ross which brought him 5 s a year in rent.
Portions of the vicarage date from the 14th century, and in its garden there is a stone dovecote of great age.Advertisement
You'll see the 15th century dovecote and Victorian Summerhouse.
The Walled Garden has been restored and features a series of potager gardens, a working dovecote and the National Collection of Colchicums.
Cross the stile and bear diagonally left across the field - keeping to the right of the excavated medieval dovecote.
Alongside the old White Lion stands a 17th century octagonal dovecote.
Part of the Grade 2* listed building is an 18th century dovecote.Advertisement
Beneath the dovecote a weighty wooden door with wrought iron steel grille leads into the lobby.