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4 weeks in the UK

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We have a 4 week travel window in late March, early April. Husband, 11 yr old son and me, coming from Australia. We want to see as much of the UK as we can in that time ( and maybe a trip across to Paris).
Looking for inspiration as to where to start my planning. We have no real 'must dos'. Our son is used to traveling long distances so we don't mind a few long drives. We have no specific travel interests. We just like to see different places, especially those that we've read about in novels.
I know my ancestors came from Yorkshire so I'd like to check that out. I'm a great fan of Diana Gabaldon's 'Crosstitch' series so a visit to Scotland sounds wonderful. And then there's everything Irish that appeals and all those wonderful Welsh town names. So much to choose from and so little time.
Can anyone suggest a likely 'circuit'?

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