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East Anglia

Named after an ancient Anglo-Saxon kingdom, East Anglia has preserved much of its rural landscape, architecture and traditions.
The region covers the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk, meaning visitors can choose to visit the award-winning beach in Great Yarmouth, take a stroll around the grounds of Norfolk’s Holkham Hall or enjoy a class of wine by the river in Cambridge

Hire your own private historic stately home

Who hasn’t dreamed of living in a castle or a stately home? Each year, thousands of British homes are listed  on Airbnb, making it affordable to live out your historic home fantasy

Pensthorpe Natural Park in Fakenham, Norfolk

9 secret gardens of East Anglia

Barbara Segall and Marcus Harpur have found some of the finest privately owned gardens for their book, Secret Gardens of East Anglia. Each garden is distinctive. Hoverton includes an ice well. At Pensthorpe, there are flamingos. At…

Helmingham Hall, Suffolk. Credit: www.smdphotography.co.uk

Helmingham Hall wins Garden of the Year Award

Suffolk’s beautiful moated manor Helmingham Hall has won the 2017 Historic Houses Association (HHA) Garden of the Year Award, sponsored by Christie’s.

Northumberland Coast Banburgh

Top 10 beaches in Britain

Britain’s beaches offer something for everyone, whether it’s the traditional bucket-and-spade seaside experience or somewhere to walk and admire the scenery.

Top 10 escapes in the UK

Living in the UK can easily feel very busy. Our towns and cities, although lovely, can be congested and the daily grind can become a chore to wade through queues and traffic jams. Our green…

The Gallery restaurant, complete with its minstrels’ gallery, the Swan, Lavenham. Credit: nicksmithphotography.com

Review: stay at the Swan in medieval Lavenham

An inn has stood on the site of the Swan Hotel & Spa in the medieval town of Lavenham, Suffolk, since the 15th century and today this sprawling half-timbered building is home to a luxurious…

Little Hall, Lavenham, Suffolk. Credit: VisitBritain/Richard Surman

Stunning photos of medieval Lavenham

There are few English villages as pretty as Lavenham in Suffolk, which was one of the richest towns in Tudor England.

Norfolk Broads

Norfolk insider’s guide

Messing about in boats on the Broads and the birthplace of Britain’s most famous naval hero, Nelson, Norfolk, is a county of discovery.

Visit Whitstable Oyster Festival

Famous for its native oysters, the charming seaside town of Whitstable celebrates the ocean’s bounty each summer

Rare retreats

From tree houses to trailers, roulottes to railway carriages, these unusual escapes offer a chance to abandon bricks and mortar without sacrificing style or comfort.

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