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Need some ideas for trip to England, NE of London

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We just came back from the Lake District, Yorkshire Moors, Yorkshire Dales. We had amazing weather, probably only 5-6 hours of open umbrellas, and many sunny days. All areas were absolutely stunning, thanks to all who helped me!

One area of England that we have not been to is NE of London. Once we would arrive at Heathrow, thinking of taking a flight to York City, staying for several days, then renting a car and driving south in a circular route, but I have no idea what the special places are to see and visit.

Can you give me some of your ideas to get started researching? Love National Trust properties, gardens, houses, castles, history, and charming villages/towns. We would probably be there 2 weeks (not counting "fly days") at the end of March.

THANKS!

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