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7-10 days in England with kid/teen (repost)

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Hello! I am looking for trip ideas for my little family of 4 (girls ages 10 and 15). I am a bit limited in my dates as my work only permits me to travel between Dec 1st and March 15th. We are not very big on outdoor winter activities but dont mind the cold as we live in New England. My 10 year old loves history (all things harry Potter-ish and greek/roman mythology). My 15 year old loves cities/bright lights and/or the beach so we are looking to incorporate a little of something for both. Hubby and I are looking to get in a bit of history/and bit of landscape and some good food/beer. I am looking for budget friendly travel ideas. After posting in the travel ideas forum it seems that England might be the way to go for us. I am looking to find advice on central accommodations and general getting around while we are there plus must see's as it will be my first time that country as well!
Thanks for any advice and tips you can send my way!

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