Literary Tours of England - Escorted Great Britain - England - United Kingdom
Literature lovers and bookworms will be tempted to indulge their interest our Literary Tours of England, guided by enthusiastic experts and set in lovely country houses in some outstandingly scenic areas. Fellow tour members include those with an interest in literature, whether would-be writers or readers who want to see what their favorite writers look and sound like. You need no prior knowledge to enjoy this trip, but do need a love of words.
Travel through some of the UK's prettiest landscapes, visiting author's homes, literary museums, towns and villages where stories are set, and places that obviously inspired the writer.
Our prices hide nothing and represent remarkable value for money - we include 3 meals a day, accommodation and include any transport but you will probably want to spend on tickets for extra events at the literature festivals.
Explore some of the places associated with Jane Austen. Begin by visiting the house where she lived for the last 8 years of her life and where she wrote some of her most popular novels. Also visit Winchester, where she was buried.
Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, Abingworth Hall is ideally located for a short break or a longer holiday. A peaceful ambiance and excellent facilities make it a relaxing place to stay.
|Oct 19 2018||Jane Austen||3||$844|
|single supplement, per night||$45|
It is well-known that the novels of Thomas Hardy and later his poems are based on places in Dorset, where for example, Casterbridge is Dorchester and Budmouth is Weymouth. This photographing Thomas Hardy's Dorset holiday is a photographic pilgrimage to the county covering his whole life from his birthplace at Higher Bockhampton to Max Gate, his final residence in Dorchester, with easy short walks on landscapes that have inspired many scenarios in his novels.
Suitable for all levels of photographic experience.
Hay on Wye has more bookstores than anywhere. It is a fitting site for the best literray festival in England, with talks by famous authors, readings and other literary events. For almost 30 years the Hay Festival has brought together writers from around the world to debate and share stories in the staggering beauty of the Welsh Borders.
|Nights||USD per person twin|
|25-May-18||BRALH - Hay on Wye Literature Festival - Brecon||7||2172|
|25-May-18||BRALH - Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival - Brecon||3||911|
|28-May-18||BRALH - Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival - Brecon||4||1312|
|1-Jun-18||BRALH - Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival - Brecon||3||911|
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