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From rolling countrysides dotted with quaint villages and picturesque castles to the fashion-forward and exciting city of London, England offers a rich history and immersive experiences found around the country.

Wake up in a manor home of the Cotswolds, visit Leeds castle or Stonehenge, or find academic inspiration in the towns of Cambridge or Oxford. A place of heritage, find comfort in stately homes or treat yourself to the elegant accommodations found with our valued partners. Whatever your choice, our advisors are here to bring it to life!

Where are the best garden tours?

About a four-hour (and very scenic) train ride from London, some of the best gardens in England can be found. This region is known as Cornwall and hosts some of the most unique gardens in the world. Brownell can arrange for private tours of many of these historical estates.

Is London a good spring break option?

Absolutely. With things warming up around mid-April, London is teeming with activities for families. From world-renowned shopping to historical sites and museums, there is something for each member of the family. Brownell recommends booking a private guide for the National Portrait Gallery (especially for first-timers). The museum can be an overload of information, so to fully grasp the monarchy’s history and understand its beginnings, we recommend a guide so that children will learn the most that the museum has to offer. Most hotels that Brownell books have high tea in the afternoon, which is a big hit amongst mother-daughter travelers.

Can I stay in a castle?

Yes! England has only one remaining castle that still operates as a hotel. This can be booked through Brownell’s travel advisors. It is easily combinable with London and is a great way to see the countryside and the bustling activity of the big city.