The Tudor Travel Guide

Your Visitor's Companion to the Aristocratic Houses of the Sixteenth Century

LEARN, HAVE FUN, BE FREE –YOUR TUDOR ADVENTURE AWAITS!

 


When work is done, its time for adventure, freedom and indulging in those other passions that enrich this life. If you are reading this, I know that, at heart, you are a fellow Tudor time traveller, just waiting for that time machine to be invented! I can’t promise you that, but here at The Tudor Travel Guide you will find the next best thing.

I am dedicated to providing¬† you with all the top tips on where to go and what to see to bring those places linked to the Tudor period to life. This blog is your intimate visitor’s companion to discovering Tudor England. Here, you can be free to live in your imagination, recreating and learning about historic palaces, castles and manor houses as they would have been in the sixteenth century. But more than that, you will find inspiration for you next journey, your next adventure; places to visit, places to stay, books to read and walks to take – all linked to the Tudor period.

You can expect new posts every Saturday afternoon (UK time) – usually! So do check back regularly. I have so much to share with you. Let the adventure begin!

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Ready to Plan Your Next Tudor Adventure?

 

Then look no further! Subscribe to the blog and you will receive a download link to receive your FREE travel guide, A Tudor Weekend Away…in Kent as a ‘thank you’.

 

The first edition will be launched on 1st September 2018 and contains a suggested weekend travel itinerary, which will take you to some amazing Tudor locations – some well known, some less well know. This free give-away contains information on the history of 3 stunning locations associated with the Boleyn family; Pashley Manor, Hever Castle and Penshurst Place. There will be a mini-guided tour where appropriate, highlighting notable Tudor features, as well as things to look out for and ‘must sees’. There is also an ‘historic walk’ which outlines a walk across the Kentish countryside from Hever to Penshurst, as well as two accommodation recommendations; one luxury, one luxury for less.

Anybody who has already subscribed, or subscribes now will receive their download on 1st September.

 

Introducing ‘The Tudor Travel Guide’

 

My name is Sarah Morris. I live here, in England, in the picturesque Oxfordshire countryside. I have been enthralled by the Tudors since I was a child, learning about them at school and spending many happy weekends and holidays touring historic properties with my parents.

In 2010, I began writing my first Tudor novel; Le Temps Viendra; a Novel of Anne Boleyn. This was published in 2012, followed closely thereafter by two non-fiction books; In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn and In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII. If you wish to learn more about these books, or to purchase them, click on the relevant book links on the right hand side of the page. This will take you through to Amazon UK. However, all books are available on Amazon US and other, major online retailers

Finally, check out the video below for a personal introduction to The Tudor Travel Guide, and what I hope this site will do for you in helping you follow your Tudor passions.

Do introduce yourself in the comments section below. It’s a great pleasure to build this community of Tudor time travellers!

 

 

4 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. Cathy says:

    Looking forward to the guide. Also, so excited to be visiting Hever, for the first time ever, later this year. Loved reading Le Temps Viendra Vols I and II, captivated and could not put them down.

    1. The Tudor Travel Guide says:

      Thank you for your lovely feedback Cathy. You will love Hever and this guide will be perfect for you.

  2. Jennifer Egan says:

    I’m so excited to read it thank you!!

    1. The Tudor Travel Guide says:

      I hope it inspires!

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