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Somerset

Somerset, in the south west of England is enveloped by Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Devon and water in the form of the Severn Estuary and Bristol Channel with its huge tidal swing. The landscape of Somerset is varied, ranging from the wetlands and estuaries, to rolling hills across the wilderness of Exmoor, plunging cliffs and a network of caves and caverns in places like Cheddar Gorge. Pretty villages and places to eat or drink abound across the largely rural landscape. Popular coastal resorts include Minehead, Weston-super-mare, Brean and Burnham-on-sea.

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East Sussex

East Sussex on the south east coast, is easily accessible from London by road and rail and offers a mixture of coastline, chalky hills and rolling downs including the Weald. East Sussex is bordered by Surrey, Kent, West Sussex and the English Channel where the coast offers panoramic views of the sea, with the famous sheer cliffs of Beachy Head, 162 metres high, part of the rugged cliff formation. East Sussex’s coast has been the scene of many invasions and the historic castles including Bodiam, Pevensey, Herstmonceux, Lewes reflect the battles of the past. Elsewhere on the coast you will find the defensive Martello towers and the Eastbourne Redoubt.

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Lothian and Fife

Lothian & Fife on the east coast of Scotland has a varying landscape with incredible views. Fife, also known as the Kingdom of Fife- is home to the dynamic Lomond Hills which lead down to peaceful fishing villages and scenic beaches along the coastline. Across the water, Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, sits between East and West Lothian. A vibrant city humming with activity, its museums, monuments, and many castles hint at the rich history for which it has earned recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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