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London to York - What to see, and B&B recommendations

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Planning our fall trip to the UK. After a stay in London, we will be renting a car and heading north. The plan is to make York our 1st stop before heading into scotland and returning to London on the western side of the country. We will have three weeks after the London portion of the trip. Anyway, here's the question. I know it's about 230 miles driving London to York and I can do it in a day, but are there any must sees along the way where we would want to add a day or two to the journey.

Also any recommendations as to a B&B. I'm not looking for a hotel with breakfast, but a home or small guest house and it is ok if it outside of the city. (this will help our budget). I've been looking at this place to give an idea of what we like and can afford.

http://www.hazelwoodfarm.net/index.html

Thanks

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