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The East of England is a region brimming with royal properties, landscapes of wetlands and rivers and brilliantly preserved Roman ruins. If you must visit one place in this region, make sure it is Cambridge: the university city par excellence that feels like it’s rooted in a previous era. If you’re looking to disconnect, be sure to visit Southwold: a colourful coastal city from which you can enjoy the sea. Find hotels in the East of England and get ready for an unforgettable experience.

Hotels in Norwich

Stay in one of Norwich’s several hotels and be sure to visit its impressive thousand-year-old castle, its cathedral dating back to 1096 – containing the largest cloisters in England – and the gothic St. John the Baptist cathedral. Be sure to sample a local delicacy in Norwich Market, go shopping at the beautiful Royal Arcade or in the shops of the charming streets of Norwich Lanes, and visit the Guildhall and former city hall. By visiting Stranger’s Hall, you can also learn about the ancient English domestic way of life.

Hotels in Peterborough

Choose from a vast selection of hotels in Peterborough and get to know this magnificent city, located only 118 kilometers from London. Go shopping in Queensgate, Rivergate or Serpentine Green, admire Peterborough Cathedral (where Catherine of Aragon was laid to rest), take a boat trip at Nene Park and visit the Flag Fen Bronze Age Excavation, which is over 3,000 years old. You should also find time to visit the country’s largest Elizabethan residence, Burghley House.

Hotels in Luton

Search for the finest hotels in Luton, and feel the energy offered by this city. Visit the beautiful St. Mary’s Church – with a 27-metre spire – and the historic University of Bedfordshire, built in a medieval style. You should also find the time to take a look around the Stockwood Discovery Centre, with its great collection of horse-drawn carts. After this, take a stroll around the beautiful Wrest Park and marvel at its unique hedges and rose bushes. Finish off your trip by visiting Someries Castle, which was constructed in the 15th century to protect the city from invasion.