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4) - Georgian seaside town, famous for its meandering 'Lanes' - a royal playground.A lively gay community means there's always something going on and the food is above average.
Aldeburgh- another charming fishing village, south of Southwold, with a huge intellectual and cultural heritage - Benjamin Britten lived and is buried there (we go up to lay flowers once every few years) with his male partner, Peter Pears. Very active music and arts scene in the town and in nearby Snape Maltings.They run just as fast as electric or diesel, by the way.The English Heritage website is a good place to plan specific visits.Not really out of London, but there's plenty to see in this village on the river with a proud maritime history.Go by river and come back by the Dockland's Light Railway (or vice versa).The DLR runs through the old docks on the north side of the river, as well as Canary Wharf - a futuristic development (the tube station there won a major architectural award) and the trip is really worth it - try to get a front or rear seat on this driverless train.
Should you travel by normal overland train you are on the first passenger railway...Hiring a car is a viable proposition but parking can be a problem - see our A-Z page for details. That said following years of cuts in the railway service, many beautiful places are not really accessible by train.New for 2003 is the possibility of day trips (eg Canterbury, Salisbury, Bath) by Steam Train - see here for details - more costly than other outings but if you're a fan of steam you probably won't care!These are all personal recommendations - places we've visited and enjoyed and whre we've got feedback from people we've sent there. If you have time to give us your feedback it helps.Apologies in advance if 'charming' is overused - we like being charmed.....The Bard's birthplace of Stratford on Avon is very close to Warwick though Stratford itself is not very accessible for a daytrip from London unless you could go and see a matinee at the RSC - there is no way of getting back to London by public transport after 2100 and the evening shows finish later than that.