Did you know that Cornwall is a super destination for some literary tourism? Read on to find out where to visit.
Head to the North East of England to discover some cracking literary gems to visit and explore and inspire.
If you’re ever in or around Kent, take a detour to Sissinghurst. Here you can find the magnificent castle gardens.
Nestled in the heart of England Nottingham is not only renowned for its legends of Robin Hood but also has a pretty rich literary heritage.
You might be surprised to learn that the Midlands has some fascinating literary treasures just waiting to be discovered.
Great Missenden is the perfect place for a day out for any lover of Roald Dahl’s books. The museum is not to be missed!
Have you ever heard of Hay on Wye – the Town of Books? It’s aptly named and hosts a wonderful annual festival!
If you’re a book lover and you ever find yourself in the Peak District, take a day to explore the wonders of Buxton!
We all know a couple of bookworms who would love to find a new book wrapped up under the Christmas tree this year!
I took a trip to Iceland’s most bookish music venue where I was able to sit and drink while surrounded by thousands of books!