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Good places to visit outside of London to Liverpool

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So my family and I (2 adults, 2 teenagers) are taking a trip to England, Wales, and Ireland this summer. We plan on beginning in London and Ending in Dublin. We are going to work our way up England's coast. So after we leave london, we will go up to Liverpool but there are a few open days in between those cities. Do you have any recommendations on cities in between? We would like to visit Bath, but hotel & b&b prices are on the pricy side (especially for only 2 nights & a family of 4) Also, would a b&b be less expensive than a hotel ?
Thanks in advance for your time!
Chloe :-)

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