Discover DH Lawrence country on the edge of Nottingham and follow in the footsteps of the county's most controversial literary hero.
From ‘Lady Chatterley's Lover’ to ‘Women in Love’, DH Lawrence was a man ahead of his time, known for pushing the boundaries of the day when it came to the risque.
Now, a hundred years later, his literary genius is widely recognized and his working class origins in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, can easily be explored today.
Visit the house where DH Lawrence was born, the DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum, and find out about his family history and how the local area influenced his writing. Follow the Blue Line Trail in his footsteps and see firsthand many of the places which feature in his work. Stay nearby in a friendly B&B, and make the most of a literary inspired break in Nottinghamshire.
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