England

Map of England

Places to visit in England

Anne Boleyn's Cottages, Tring Road, Wendover

Wendover, Buckinghamshire

Wendover is a small market town at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, five miles south-east of Aylesbury, on the A413 main road. It has good rail and road links to London and is a popular commuter location, enjoying easy access to the surrounding hills. The Ridge...
Hockley Cottage and Brook Cottages, East Meon

East Meon, Hampshire

East Meon is a small village in Hampshire, the highest one in the Meon Valley, surrounded by the South Downs National Park. It is situated five miles west of Petersfield and twenty miles from the South Coast at Portsmouth. The River Meon runs alongside the vil...
White clapboard cottage and The Biddenden Maids Village Sign, Biddenden

Biddenden, Kent

Biddenden displays perfect examples of English architecture, from late medieval times to the 17th century. The well preserved timber-framed houses line the road, which links the churchyard with a small green. Here the village sign stands, depicting the famous ...
The Well House and The Royal Oak, Yattendon

Yattendon, Berkshire

Yattendon is a small village, easily accessible from junctions 12 or 13 of the M4 motorway, seven miles north-east of Newbury in Berkshire. It has an interesting history. In the Domesday Book survey of 1086, it is recorded under the name, "Etingedene", but by ...
St. Mary's Church, Aldworth

Aldworth, Berkshire

Aldworth is a prime example of a fascinating English village. In a tiny hamlet, who would expect to find giants, the ashes of the author of, ‘We will remember them’, one of the best pubs in the country and links with masochism? Aldworth is an attractive vil...
The Bat & Ball Inn and Cricket Memorial Stone, Hambledon

Hambledon, Hampshire

Hambledon, a small village in the Meon Valley in Hampshire, is known to cricket enthusiasts the world over as the “Cradle of Cricket”. The game of cricket had been played in Southern England for many years before the Hambledon Club was formed in the 1760’s, bu...
Odiham Castle, North Warnborough, near Odiham

Odiham, Hampshire

Odiham is a large picturesque village in North Hampshire, forty miles south-west of London and south of the M3 motorway. As a royal manor, it was the first entry in the Hampshire section of the Domesday Book, where it was given today's spelling of "Odiham". ...
Prittlewell Square Gardens, Southend-on-Sea

Southend-on-Sea, Essex

Southend-on-Sea, on the Thames Estuary, is the nearest holiday resort to London and retains its popularity with day-trippers who invade the town in fleets of coaches, or use the fast train services. In fact, the faster journey times have made Southend a conven...
St. Peter's Church and Newnham, across the River Severn Estuary, from Arlingham

Arlingham, Gloucestershire

Arlingham is a small and isolated village, thirteen miles from Gloucester, situated in a bend of the River Severn. It is mainly a farming community, spreading out from a crossroads. At the end of a straight lane, are the banks of the River Severn. It is ver...