Jamaica Inn hotel, Cornwall's legendary coaching house, immortalised in Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name, has stood high on Bodmin Moor for over four centuries. We're still referred to by historians as Cornwall's most famous smuggling inn. These days we do welcome the more salubrious guest ... and the odd ghost! The Inn also includes a museum and gift shop as well as a restaurant and bar.
Mermaid Street, Rye, East Sussex, England. Rye is a literary town: Lamb House was home to Henry James, E. F. Benson (who immortalized the house as Miss Mapp's home and called Rye "Tilling"), and Rumer Godden (who called Rye "Brede")
The beautiful village of Clovelly, Devon UK. The whole estate including the village is owned by one family, no cars only donkeys to transport everything. Just the most wonderful, unspoilt and unique place a must see if you are ever in Devon