Campaigning for preservation of the hotel where J.R.R. Tolkien stayed and gained inspiration for his mythology. Jane Austen, G.K. Chesterton, Tennyson and H.W. Longfellow were also guests. The hotel featured in the film, “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”. Please send articles to me, Andrew Townsend, at firstname.lastname@example.org or add a comment. Thanks to David Moss for all his work. Comments are closed at WDDC for the plans to redevelop the site but you can still write to the papers.
I've just posted an article on HollywoodJesus about locations in Northern Ireland associated with C.S. Lewis. One of the most notable is The Old Inn at Crawfordsburn where Lewis and his wife spent their honeymoon. It should be noted that the proprietors of this hotel are trading on their history and cultural connections very successfully even though they are not in a famous resort. This is more than the luck of the Irish, it's common sense and being open for business!