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Bookworms should head to these literary hotels
Jamaica Inn, the Cornwall cottage where Daphne du Maurier wrote some of her bestselling novels, has gone on the market just weeks after the former home of Ernest Hemingway was reopened as a hotel.
In celebration of World Book Day which was earlier this week, we take a look at bookworm-worthy hotels.
Click through the gallery to see which literary locations made our list...