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Cornwall and Wales

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We are thinking about flying from east cost of US to London in late March. We would have nine nights and would like to see some of Cornwall, and DH would like to see the area around Brecon Beacons. We have been to London so will not visit on this trip.

Since we will be jet lagged, we would likely drive a couple of hours and spend the first night along the way, then the last night would be near the airport. So that would leave us 7 nights.

My question is: is this doable? We are pretty laid back, don't have to see it all, and like the coast and small towns. It looks like we would have one day of a fairly long drive between maybe Truro and Brecon, and are okay with that. We are very used to driving around Ireland and have driven around parts of Scotland.

Would we be trying to cover too much territory? Thanks for your thoughts.

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