Follow King Arthur to the Island of Avalon, or Glastonbury and discover how Glastonbury’s Abbey, Tor, Chalice Well are all connected to Arthurian legends.
Plan the perfect Jane Austen pilgrimage to Steventon, Bath, Chawton, Winchester, and London. Find out what books to read, where to go, and how to get there.
While some reclusive writers favor retreats hidden away, William Beckford instead built a tall tower everyone could see, with no inclination of inviting anyone inside. If you’re looking for a quiet retreat with a reading nook above the rooftops, the lower rooms of Beckford’s Tower are available for weekend rentals.
Have you ever thought about what goes into the preservation of the historic author museums we all love to visit? Let me tell you, so much more goes on behind the scenes than you’ll ever realize during your visit.
If like me, you can’t visit Bath during the annual Jane Austen festival -I desperately would love to attend!- don’t worry! You can still get into character and spend the day pretending to be Catherine Morland.