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Help - Itinerary advice for 10 trip to England over Christmas

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We are trying to plan a ten day trip to England over Christmas. We are in our 50's - active - and would like to combine some outdoor activity as well as see some of the highlights the country has to offer. We have only been to England once and have seen bits of London as well as went to York Minster.
I am thinking about the Cotswolds (will it be ok in December or will everything be shut down) Bath , Stonehenge. Do we have time to go the south/southwest (Penzance orPlymouth or Dorchester)? We plan on driving...and would like to stay at upper end country houses/hotels (the one time we were there we stayed at Gravetye Manor and loved it). This is a birthday/xmas trip all wrapped into one...so would like to do some special stuff. I really dont know where to begin because all of the guidebooks suggest the best time to visit anyplace is April - Oct.

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