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East of England

  1. Bedfordshire
    Bedfordshire has plenty of attractions, from exotic animals at Whipsnade Zoo to vintage aeroplanes at The Shuttleworth Collection and the Swiss Garden in Old Warden Park, and some notable historic houses open to the public.
  2. Cambridgeshire
    The river Cam provides a gently flowing backdrop to the winding streets and architectural wonders of Cambridge. Visit as many of the world-famous colleges as you can and don’t miss Kings College Chapel, started by Henry VI in 1446.
  3. Essex
    The Essex coast is home to family seaside resorts such as Walton-on-the-Naze and Clacton-on-Sea and the Blackwater and Crouch estuaries are havens for yachts and pleasure craft.
  4. Hertfordshire
    Hertfordshire has its fair share of sprawling country houses and landscaped parklands. There are summer concerts and events at popular Knebworth and much to see at elegant Hatfield House, interspersed with fascinating smaller manors and fabulous gardens – Ashridge and Benington Lordship are excellent examples.
  5. Norfolk
    A trip to Norfolk is always full of adventure and discovery. The North Norfolk coast, from Hunstanton in the West to Cromer in the East is home to nature reserves,  windswept beaches and quaint coastal villages, and has rapidly become a sought-after weekend destination with a reputation for fine dining.
  6. Suffolk
    The Suffolk Coast and Heaths ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and Suffolk Coast National Nature Reserve have miles of windswept shingle beaches, unspoilt wildlife-rich wetlands and ancient heaths for you to explore. Its inlets and estuaries are ever popular with yachtsmen and The Alde, The Deben and The Orwell all offer interesting boating and even more interesting waterside pubs and restaurants.

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