OK my TA friends,
I need a bit of help with my itinerary, the wife and I are going to be driving through England in June, we are renting/hiring a car in Glasgow and plan on driving to Southern England over 3-4 days, going to park it at Ashford station and take the train to Paris for 5 days and then will be driving from Ashford station back to Perth area in Scotland (planning on taking another 4 days or so)
I'm thinking of going down the East side (maybe through Jedburgh/Northumberland National Park/Newcastle Upon Tyne or Sunderland/Leeds and on to Ashford) then returning (Salisbury/Bath/Bristol or Oxford?/Birmingham/Manchester/Carlisle/Glasgow/Perth).
We are not interested in going into London this trip.
As you can probably tell, we like driving and the most scenic route the better. Only thing is that we've never been to your country and I am not sure if this is "doable" or not, but sure would like to have some input from anyone who may have been there, done that.
Any suggestions as to what to see along the way or best route to take would also be appreciated, only thing we have on our list at this time is the Salisbury area/Cathedral as well as Stonehenge, also, from what I've read, the Cotswolds area is something to see as well.
Thanks all !!!!