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Build a break around some of the residences that England's most famous authors have called home. After all, why stay in a normal holiday let when you could be staying in Agatha Christie's holiday home.
With 2017 marking the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death (18 July), take a trip back in time to live the Regency period, during which Austen’s literary masterpieces were set.
Did you know that this beautiful 500-year-old cosy cottage in Warwickshire is where Shakespeare’s wife, Anne Hathaway, grew up? [link]
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Which of these cosy English pubs would you like to be spending your afternoon in?
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It doesn't get much cosier or indulgent than hot tubs, four-poster beds and the sound of crashing waves. Where do we sign? [link]
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How lovely is this snap of Canterbury, taken by @thetravelcrush via Instagram? Discover more about the historic city and book your own punting tour: [link]
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Did you know that this 500-year-old cosy cottage in Warwickshire is where Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hathaway grew up? https://t.co/NonsMYhwjg #WednesdayWisdom https://t.co/TOWRcnTACC
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RT @MatadorNetwork: Travel guide to Shakespeare's England (hint: there's more than Shakespeare) https://t.co/pXGljFErWs @GREATBritain #Engl…
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