I'm going to spend 2+ weeks in England between late March and April 2020. I love walking, and want to be in green hills with stone walls (that sight on TV gets me in the feels). My initial plan was to spend a few days in London on either end, and a week to 10 days in Shropshire & Snowdonia -- but I won't have a car so would be fully reliant on public transport, hitchhiking, and whatever (is there....?) the UK version of Lyft is. I also thought about Suffolk, but know that it's flat and hard to do without a car.
(In the distant past, I've been to Durham, York, and Scotland, as well as to Bath/Devon/Stonehenge so would prefer to spend this trip somewhere new to me. At home I spend a lot of time on the coast so that's why I'm wanting green rolling hills & walks in the UK.)
I love churches and cemeteries; markets; the monarchy; rain. I don't care much about military history or Shakespeare . And I do realize how randomly eccentric this sounds, but it would be great if I could go on a walk with alpacas or llamas (which I can do in Shropshire).
I'd love your input and ideas, especially noting the "I'm not renting a car" factor. Thanks in advance!