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Tintern Abbey and Upton House

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Great Britain later this summer and, on the way from Edinburgh to London, we would like to visit Tintern Abbey, Hay-on-Wye, and Upton House (near Banbury). On the map, the three locations appear to be pretty close to one another. However, last time I went from Oxford to Tintern Abbey, it took all day. We will be using public transportation and will have two days for the adventure. Can anyone advise me of the best combination of trains, buses, and taxis we could take to make this trip workable. Also, where would it make the most sense to stay overnight? PS: I realize that this is an eccentric itinerary, but we have our reasons.

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