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  • in novels by Jane Austen (who was a frequent visitor to Lyme Regis). The Cobb was used as a setting for Persuasion, a film of Jane Austen's novel. The
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  • T.S. Eliot and Gerard Manley Hopkins. Writers such as Samuel Butler, Jane Austen, Oliver Goldsmith, Sir Walter Scott, John Ruskin, Charlotte, Emily and
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  • literary and comfy as it gets, with rooms named after famous authors: Jane Austen, Langston Hughs, etc. The house also has a library with antiquarian,
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  • east, Hampshire is the largest county in South East England. Known as Jane Austen's County after its most famous daughter, Hampshire has a wealth of attractions
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  • railway station recently opened. Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey is traditional reading before a visit to Bath. Austen spent some time there, and her novel
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  • Hampshire "Jane Austen Country", home to the New Forest and Anglo-Saxon capital Winchester
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  • tourism than many other neighbouring towns and villages. The novelist Jane Austen was a visitor (her uncle was the church rector) and is thought to have
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  • via Brookwood connections from London Waterloo. 51.133093-0.989091  Jane Austen's House Museum, Chawton, ☎ +44 1420 83262.   Watercress Line (Mid Hants
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  • Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra's Summer Series. The famous English novelist Jane Austen died in Winchester in 1817 and is buried in the cathedral. A statue by
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  • you owe it to yourself to take them there. Getting them away from the Jane Austen action figures and the museum-model wildlife and environmentally safe
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  • were patrons of Sir Joshua Reynolds and enjoyed close friendships with Jane Austen. The estate itself is vast, and the gardens, orangery and folly are all
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  • stayed here at the height of the town`s fashionability in the 1890s. Jane Austen's unfinished novel Sanditon is thought to have been significantly based
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  • It was here that Victoria developed typhoid fever. Sir Francis Austen, brother of Jane and an Admiral of the Fleet lived at 14 Albion Place. Edward VIII
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