White Cliffs of Dover. Our tips for 25 fun things to do in England: Get there via Southeastern train from Kings Cross, 2 hours from £40 return. Have a bite at the adorable Pines Garden Tea Room. Make sure to see Deal Castle. Available to explore top to bottom, the castle also links to a cycling path that runs straight to the seaside. Grab a pint at Rack of Ale, Dover's first micro pub. Careful though, this quirky haunt enforces a phones off policy!
The packaging has changed but Mother's Pride bread is still made by British Bakeries (part of Premier Foods) who also make Hovis and Nimble. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Day Five: Favorite Location. As others have already said, I have to go with Sherwood Forest Nottingham. Though I have a lot of good memories from the halls of Nottingham castle (both in BBC Robin Hood and later in BBC Merlin). The Forest is amazing! I love all of the traps they can set up, too. :)
The English Lake District stole my heart years ago and I’d like to share my three favourite day walks there. Whether it’s pottering about the chocolate box village of Grasmere or hiking through the glorious Langdale Valley, the English Lake District is one of the most beautiful places in Britain and these are my pick of the best day walks: