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The Chilterns

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When I was England this past July I met a number of people(British) who spoke very highly of The Chilterns. We did not travel to that part of England, but are wondering if this is an area worth visiting on our next trip to the UK(2 years away so this is a bit premature). I've tried looking at older posts in these forums to read more about it but can't seem to find anything. Same with TA. Is this an area that, like The Cotswolds, is abundant with beautiful little villages and a pastoral, rolling landscape? Any information or recommendations would be appreciated--as I thoroughly enjoy reading about and discovering new areas of England with which to plan as part of a journey. The few pics I have found show villages of a pretty red brick and flint construction.
Thanks!

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