SOUTH OF ENGLAND The joy of southern England is in its prosperous gardens and coastal regions, its great university towns and stately homes, all easily reached by rail or road on day trips out of London. This is where you can tour literary haunts such as Hardy's Wessex and Dickens' Kent, even the forest frequented by Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh.


A haunting experience at Ashdown Park Hotel

Calling all Agatha Christie Fans to Murder, Mystery and Mayhem

Beaulieu, stately home and motor museum

Bournemouth, where the living is easy

Lillie Langtry's royal love nest

Brush up on royalty, when visiting Brighton

Chewton Glen, a very English place

Is everybody happy? In Guernsey, the answer is a resounding yes

Into enchanted places with Winnie the Pooh

Jersey: the tiny perfect isle

Legoland Britain

Rochester is a Dickensian treasure trove

Sissinghurst, an author's loving creation is one of Britain's favorite gardens

Thomas Hardy's Wessex

Long time movie set a stately hotel

Weaving Our Way Through East Anglia

It's Bath time and the water's still hot

Christmas with Dickens