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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

Shear delight: Discover Suffolk’s wool towns

Travel back in time with a visit to Suffolk’s pretty-as-a-picture wool towns, thriving centres of the woven cloth trade in the Middle Ages Words: Monica Woods Spend a long weekend in a certain patch of…

Hotel review: the Hoste in Burnham Market

We take a trip to The Hoste, a regal inn where Admiral Lord Nelson would still feel at home If you’ve ever wondered what’s behind the front door of a lovely Georgian town house, try…

Suffolk’s historical surprises

Looking for a historical getaway? Look no further than England’s hidden gem, the county of Suffolk. With good transport links to and from London, as well as other places around the UK, Suffolk has a…

Bailiffscourt Hotel and Spa, West Sussex

Top 10 things to do in the British summer holidays

School’s out – great for your little ones but not so great for you once they start climbing the walls. Here’s our guide to some great British days out to make the summer holidays go…

Sunrise at Stonehenge

Explore our best ancient sites from Stonehenge to Sutton Hoo

We look at some of our most mysterious landmarks cared for by the National Trust

Henley Regatta. Credit: Visit Britain/Peter Beavis

What’s on in Britain in July

We can’t always rely on the British weather, but even when the sun doesn’t shine we’ve rounded up the best spots to put you in a summertime mood Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire Situated in a beautiful area…

Haddon Hall

10 beautiful British picnic spots

As the glorious weather continues, we’re packing our hamper and heading to some of the loveliest places in Britain for lunch with a view Brancaster Beach, Norfolk Norfolk isn’t short of stunning beaches, but this…

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…

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…