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Great Britain is a small island with many distinct regions and distinct regional identities. Scotland and Wales, for example, are independent countries with entirely individual regional arts, architecture, and food. Throughout Great Britain, English is spoken in many different dialects and accents. You'll find that the island's landscapes are similarly varied, from gentle, undulating hills and expanses of sandy beaches to dramatic mountain crags and rocky shoreline. Wherever you travel, you will notice miles of fertile farmland where crops such as wheat, barley, sugar beets, and potatoes are cultivated. Whether you wish to savor London's cosmopolitan delights, see the White Cliffs of Dover, quaff ale in a historic countryside pub, or take in a cricket match, Great Britain offers options for travelers of any ilk.

Central England  -  [ Matches:  6 Villas and Houses For Rent]

For our purposes, this region includes Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire (Shakespeare's stomping grounds), and the Cotswolds. It's an idyllic slice of rural England, complete with charming villages, picturesque farms, and ancient, ivy-covered churches. This is Old World England at its most picture-perfect. Highlights include Stratford-upon-Avon, where you can visit the Bard's birthplace and catch a performance of his works, and, in the Cotswolds proper, the villages of Chipping Camden and Broadway. Whatever your itinerary, Central England is an ideal place to wander off the beaten track.

Southern England  -  [ Matches:  3 Villas and Houses For Rent]

Southern England is an enchanting region of startling contrasts and an endless variety of things to see and do. Here, your best travel strategy is to simply get lost and drink in the beauty of the countryside. Of course, historic sites are virtually everywhere: If you're exploring the Downs and Channel Coast, Brighton, Canterbury Cathedral, and Leeds Castle should rate high on your to-do list. Devon and Cornwall are graced by inland moorlands and secluded coastal valleys. Interesting destinations include Dartmoor, Exeter, and St. Michael's Mount. Someret and Dorset, part of the rural region of Wessex, are home to Stonehenge and the charming town of Bath.

Northern England  -  [ Matches:  2 Villas and Houses For Rent]

Northern England offers a fascinating landscape of rugged splendor and rich history. This region includes the renowned beauty of the Lake District and the Pennines, and is characterized by lovely old-fashioned market towns, stately homes, and some of England's finest countryside—land that inspired Beatrix Potter and John Ruskin. This is also where Wordsworth lived, hiked, and wrote; you too can traipse over hills and dales, following trails that wend over the countryside—through pastures of sheep and cows as well as traditional English country garden estates. The landscape is nothing less than idyllic, and close enough to the Scottish border that you'll be able to pick up some wonderful wool clothing. You'll also love eating at traditional English country pubs.