Start your literary English journey in London and the five-star Brown's Hotel, the inspiration for Agatha Christie and Rudyard Kipling amongst others.
Jane Austen House Museum
Step back in time, into the early 17th-century courtyards and townhouses of Stratford-upon-Avon. Thatched roofs hang over quaint streets, chapels are lost amongst sprawling apple trees, and nothing seems to have changed since Shakespeare was born here. Visit his birthplace, the fabulous Jacobean home of his daughter, and the cottage of Anna Hathaway.
A literary tour would not be complete without a visit to Oxford, Matthew Arnold's "city of dreaming spires", which has been home to a vast amount of famous figures; C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Oscar Wilde and Philip Pullman have all written their seminal works while living or studying in the city.