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I would be so grateful for some help.
I am planning a trip to England and Scotland in June July
The trip will be approx 30 days
I could use help with my itinerary - bed and breakfast - castles - etc etc
The major them of this trip is quaint ... Picturesque .. Castles ... Beautiful
Landscapes and historic

I plan to start off with ony 3 days in London
Then my rough outline is
Cornwall ?
Lake district
Fort William
Isle Skye

These are just rough regions I have much to fill in

I would like to stay in an area for a few days and tour around then move on to next
Area - like one b&b in Cotswold for 4 days and we can see Bath- Oxford, Avon etc etc - since I am traveling with two boys this has proved a good way for us to travel. So helpful areas and then things to see in that area -

Thank you for all your help in advance

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