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Cities, Countryside, Coast, with a Dash of Royalty - It’s England

“I love England, the people, the parks, the theatre.” - Woody Harrelson

England’s 50,000 square miles of space makes it the UK’s largest territory but, yet, it remains one that is easy to explore and there really is something for everyone here. Discover bustling cities or take time out to enjoy the country's green spaces and quaint seaside towns.

Cracking Cities

English cities feature an intriguing blend of historic remains, traditional hotels, and modern architectural wonders. A trip to the capital offers iconic attractions such as the Natural History Museum, TATE Modern, and the Tower of London. Savvy travellers will enter the Open House London ballot for a chance to see inside the Gherkin and 10 Downing Street. Less than two hours west lies Bristol, where a Banksy Street Art Tour is a must, and Bath, where you can enjoy a soak in the rooftop Thermae Spa. In the North West, the waterfront city of Liverpool offers visitors everything from top flight football to the musical pedigree of The Beatles, and in nearby Chester, ancient roman walls and the iconic Chester Rows beg to be explored. Head north to Durham where you will find one of England’s 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Durham Castle and Cathedral, the latter providing indoor and outdoor film sets for the first two Harry Potter films.

Glorious Green Spaces

England is renowned for its green spaces and outdoorsy types should visit at least one of the country’s national parks. Since they cover almost ten percent of the landscape, they’re not too difficult to reach. Popular parks include the Yorkshire Dales, where the country’s highest waterfall, Cautley Spout, can be found on the outskirts of the hamlet of Hardraw, and Dartmoor National Park, where the sight of wild ponies grazing is enough to give anyone a warm and fuzzy feeling. If vast open spaces aren’t your thing but you’d still like to get back to nature, you can take things down a notch and mingle with the arty crowd on London’s Hampstead Heath or step back into a distinctly Victorian past by visiting Brodsworth Hall and Gardens in South Yorkshire. Younger guests will enjoy the magnificent Trentham Estate on the southern fringe of Stoke-on-Trent where stunning gardens are complemented by an adventure playground, a whimsical fairy trail, and the fabulous Monkey Forest.

Coastal Adventures

With almost 6,000 miles of coastline to explore, it will be of little wonder that some of the country’s best experiences are to be had beside the seaside. Stick with tradition and kick off your exploration of England’s coastal towns and cities with a trip to Clacton-on-Sea. This iconic east coast destination has been drawing crowds to its pier since the late 1800s. The south of England invites you to explore the maritime history of Portsmouth, the fun and frivolity of Brighton, and the colourful timber beach huts of Hove. In the South West lies Cornwall where you can combine seaside favourites such as fish and chips and ice cream with surfing lessons at Fistral Beach and trips to the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, and Minack Theatre. Hotels in Cornwall don’t necessarily come cheap but you can keep a tighter rein on your budget by opting for a stay in a traditional surf lodge or B&B.

The Royal Seal of Approval

No trip to England would be complete without a spot of royal watching. Gaining an audience with the Queen will prove difficult but visiting royal landmarks is much easier to tick off your bucket list. Buckingham Palace in the capital is an obvious destination and one where you can see the sumptuous spectacle that is the Changing of the Guard. Just a ten-minute walk from the palace lies the Goring Hotel, a royal favourite and a spot where the Queen Mother frequently enjoyed dining. From April to October, Norfolk’s Sandringham Estate opens its doors on most days while, in June, The Royal Ascot event attracts not only the finest horses but also the Queen (who is yet to miss a meeting during her reign). Of course, Queen Elizabeth II is not the only Royal to discover. Peek into 900 years of history at Kenilworth Castle or head to nearby Leicester where the remains of Richard III were discovered in 2012.

Even More to Enjoy

Dotted between England’s cities, countryside, and coast are one-off experiences you won’t want to miss. Discover architectural oddities such as the Crooked House in Canterbury, the Williamson Tunnels in Liverpool, and the Witley Wonder Underground Ballroom in Surrey. See last-standing attractions such as the Cutty Sark in Maritime Greenwich, the world’s last surviving tea clipper ship, or enjoy a pint in Olde Trip to Jerusalem, an ancient ale house in Nottingham. Get your groove on at famous festivals such as Glastonbury, the BBC Proms, and the Notting Hill Carnival, treat your taste buds to culinary delights such as traditional afternoon tea at The Ritz, or explore literary England by visiting Broadstairs, the house in Kent where Charles Dickens penned David Copperfield. And don’t forget to take home a few souvenirs. London is an obvious choice for Union Jack-themed gifts but Manchester and Bristol are equally acceptable destinations for retail junkies.

England: The kind of place to enjoy life at your own pace.

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    Hotel Hotel Premier Inn London County Hall London

    Premier Inn London County Hall belongs to the Premier Inn chain, voted 'Chain of the Year' by the British Travel Awards. This centrally-located hotel is a stone's throw away from the London Eye and the historic County Hall building, making it ideal for those who want to be in the middle of the action. As with all Premier Inn hotels, you can expect a room with an en-suite bathroom, double bed, TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a desk. Hairdryers, irons and cots are also available upon request - at no extra charge. Breakfast is available in the morning at a slight additional cost and Thyme restaurant, featuring an extensive menu and conveniently located on the premises, will ensure that you do not go to bed hungry. If you are in the mood for a night cap then you can wind down at the fully-licensed bar for a drink at the end of the day. Premier Inn London County Hall also offers 4 meeting rooms, making this an ideal location for those traveling for business or pleasure. more

    Hotel The Bedford Hotel London

    The Bedford Hotel makes for a cosy and relatively tranquil base to explore central London and its theatre district. Just a minute’s walk away from the splendour of Russell Square, guests can relax in the accommodation’s quiet courtyard garden. The en-suite bedrooms have a fresh feel and are furnished with tea and coffee making facilities, as well as an electronic safe and TV. Refrigerators are also available on request. The Bedford Hotel provides free Wi-Fi and hosts two meeting rooms for 16 or 18 people, and a communal lounge. The on-site Bloom and Willow restaurant and bar makes for a pleasant place to unwind throughout the year. Guests can relax with a drink on a terrace with a water feature in fine weather or cuddle up next to the fireplace in the winter. The hotel is just a five-minute stroll from the British Museum and the underground stations at Russell Square and Holborn. Shaftesbury Theatre is just 800 metres away. more

    Hotel Travelodge London Central City Road London

    The picturesque Travelodge London Central City Road is a budget-friendly accommodation option for those wanting to stay in the centre of the city. Close to transport links, restaurants and shops, the hotel is just ten minutes away on foot from the popular area of Shoreditch. A flat-screen television, work desk and tea/coffee making facilities come as standard with every room at the Travelodge London Central City Road. Each room also contains an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries and fresh towels. Free and paid Wi-Fi is supplied throughout the building. A 24-hour front desk is also on-hand to provide assistance whenever needed. The hotel features an on-site restaurant and bar. A breakfast buffet is served every morning, while a selection of tasty evening meals is also available The Old Street Underground Station is a five-minute walk from the property. The Museum of London is less than 15 minutes away on foot. more

    Hotel The Imperial Hotel London

    Overlooking Russell Square, The Imperial Hotel provides comfortable, practically equipped rooms in an accessible and central location. On select evenings, the hotel hosts jazz piano nights. Classically decorated rooms come with a flat-screen TV, radio, telephone and coffee/tea-making facilities. In addition, guests may request a mini fridge, trouser press, clothing iron or hair dryer. Laundry and dry-cleaning services can be arranged by the housekeeping department. Parking is available on site and complimentary Wi-Fi is accessible in all parts of the hotel. Atrium Bar & Cafe is open for all-day dining and afternoon tea. Guests can also enjoy a drink or breakfast at the contemporary Night & Day Bar, or opt for the retro-style Bar Barella's. The Imperial Hotel is less than a five-minute walk from The British Museum, and half a mile away from the Charles Dickens Museum. Platform 9 3/4, a must-visit for Harry Potter fans, is only a mile away from the hotel at King's Cross Station. more

    Hotel The Royal National Hotel London

    Set opposite Russell Square, The Royal National Hotel offers travellers an ideal central London stop over in the vibrant neighbourhood of Bloomsbury, a six-minute walk from the British Museum. Rooms are air-conditioned and non-smoking for guest comfort. TVs, tea/coffee-making facilities, and a radio are included, while bathrooms are en-suite. Fridges are available on request. The hotel can accommodate special events like weddings, seminars, and small meetings, with free Wi-Fi accessible throughout the property. The day starts with a complimentary full English breakfast. A carvery lunch at Pavilion Roastery, stone-baked pizza's at Blooms Pizza Cafe, and fish and chips at London Pub offers travellers ample choice. The Coffee Place is ideal for fresh pastries, and The Meeting Place is an upscale lounge/bar. The landmark Sir Samuel Romilly Marker is less that a five-minute walk from The Royal National Hotel, while the lovely Tavistock Square Gardens is right opposite the hotel. more

    Hotel The Langham London London

    The Langham London has welcomed the great and the good through its decadent doors for 150 years. Moreover, this prestigious five-star edifice holds the honour of being Europe's first ever 'grand hotel'. Guest rooms are elegantly attired and feature marble bathrooms with complementary robes and slippers. LCD TVs, safes, minibars, tea/coffee making facilities, and complementary in-room Wi-Fi come as standard. Guests can swim in the 16-metre long pool, pamper themselves in the Chuan Spa, or make use of the state-of-the-art fitness centre, complete with saunas and steam rooms. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. Gourmet dining of the highest order is the name of the game in the Roux at The Landau restaurant. Afternoon tea is served daily in the Palm Court. Cocktails are mixed every evening in Artesian, voted the 'World's Best Bar' by Drinks International. Both Oxford Street and Regent Street are right on the Langham's doorstep. This accommodation is also known as The Langham London England, Langham Hotel, Langham Hotel London, and Langham London. more