East Anglia Travel Guide & Heritage Tourism

Historic Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk

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Find historic places to visit and stay in East Anglia. Explore Constable Country - the landscape that inspired one of England's great artists. From the historic cities of Cambridge and Norwick to idyllic Suffolk villages with their picturesque cottages, East Anglia has something for everyone to enjoy.

Major Lake District Historic Attractions
Editor's picks - Top 5 reasons to visit East Anglia
Oliver Cromwell's House, Ely 1. Punting on the River Cam - it's harder than it looks!
2.
Choral performances at King's College, Cambridge
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The extraordinary octagonal tower at Ely Cathedral
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The stark beauty of the Fens
5.
Fields of saffron in bloom
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Best Western Crown Hotel Bury St Edmunds

Best Western Crown Hotel
Boroughbridge, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Crown is at the very heart of the market town of Boroughbridge a hotel which has been at the centre of the community since the 16th Century when it was a renowned coaching inn on the road from London to Edinburgh. Things have changed … more >>

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Name the Historic attraction

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British History Quiz

This Scottish lord was chosen by Edward I of England as the new king of Scotland in 1292



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This Day in British History

23 February, 1421

Catherine of France crowned Queen of England

Catherine's husband, Henry V, would die a year later

Monarch Mayhem

This weak-willed king was married to Margaret of Anjou



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Lostwithiel (Self catering)
The Old Smithy, Lostwithiel

The Old Smithy

This wonderful, terraced cottage is situated in the ancient stannary town of Lostwithiel and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
Sleeps 8

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Crackington Haven (Self catering)
Beech Cottage, Crackington Haven

Beech Cottage

Five cottages stand at the end of a private tree lined drive, in a south facing hollow, The Roundhouse, Beech, Ash, Pond Meadow and Little Leighs have been converted from …
Sleeps 6

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