Take inspiration for your British adventures from these great reads
Harry of England: The History of Eight Kings from Henry I to Henry VIII by Teresa Cole (£20, Amberley Publishing). A fascinating glimpse into the lives of eight kings united by a name.
A 1930s Childhood: From Conker Fights to Coal Fires by Colin G. Maggs (£9.99, The History Press). Memories of growing up in the 1930s in Britain, from home life, games and food to history-changing events.
The Castle: A History by John Goodall (£16.99, Yale Books). A thrilling history of the castle in Britain, from the middle ages to the present day, drawing on poems, letters and novels.
Shadowlands: A Journey through Lost Britain by Matthew Green (£20, Faber). The historian explores places across Britain that have been lost to war, plagues, natural phenomena and economic shifts.
Magical Britain by Rob Wildwood (£18.99, Wild Things Publishing). An absorbing and fascinating roll-call of 650 enchanted and mystical sites across Britain.