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Heart of England

From the Welsh Marches and their picturesque black and white timbered houses, travel eastward through iconic Cotswold stone villages, through the heart of the Workshop of the World with a visit to Wedgwood a reminder of our industrial past. On to the flint and thatch of Eastern England, you will see traces of the past everywhere you look

Wooded landscapes, historic cathedrals and country houses; the history of England is writ large on Bosworth Field and the grim ruins of Coventry Cathedral, a memorial to reconciliation. It is the home of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood, Shakespeare country, the medieval university city of Oxford, Blenheim Palace, the home of Winston Churchill and much more besides. Come early and stay late!

"From the Royal Thames in the south, the mighty Severn in the west and the Trent to the north, explore The Heart of England, defined by its broad, flowing rivers, water meadows and rolling chalk and limestone hills. The rivers are linked by a network of canals, a reminder of our industrial heritage and a present wildlife and holiday haven waiting for you."

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Recommended Heart of England Properties to book

The House with Tigeen

The Hills Farm

Leominster

Slade Tops Living Room

Slade House Farm

Ashbourne

Ashby Wells House

Ashby Wells House

Ashby-de-la-Zouch

Sysonby Knoll Hotel Melton Mowbray

Sysonby Knoll Hotel

Melton Mowbray

The hotel lobby

The Swan Hotel

Stafford

The Laurels

The Laurels

Alton Towers area

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Famous People

RR Tolkien and CS Lewis – Oxford don and author of The Lord of the Rings, voted Britain's best loved book

Winston Churchill – born at Blenheim and inspirational wartime leader

Robin Hood - legendary outlaw commemorated with a statue outside Nottingham Castle

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