You’ve read the books, applauded the plays and seen the films, so why not take an Agatha Christie-inspired holiday?
AT HOME WITH AGATHA
Immerse yourself in the place Agatha Christie believed was the loveliest in the world, her holiday home in Devon
Agatha Christie described Greenway, her Devon holiday home overlooking the River Dart, as ‘the loveliest place in the world’. Immerse yourself in her story by staying in the house itself.
INSIDER TIP: Get in character by taking the Dartmouth Steam Railway from Paignton to Kingswear.
DETAILS: The apartment sleeps eight, from £540 for a three-night stay, nationaltrust.org.uk
ART DECO OFF DEVON
Find the inspiration of her novels, Evil Under The Sun and And Then There Were None at The Art Deco Burgh Island Hotel off the coast of Devon
The Art Deco Burgh Island Hotel, on a tidal outcrop off the coast of Devon, is where Christie wrote Evil Under The Sun and And Then There Were None, hunkering down in the Beach House. Both novels are set on the island.
INSIDER TIP: Guests dress up for dinner, so pack your finery.
DETAILS: The Beach House is priced from £680 per night for dinner, bed and breakfast, burghisland.com
Share the views she enjoyed whilst writing Murder On The Orient Express at Pera Palace Hotel in Istanbul
Room 411 of the Pera Palace Hotel in Istanbul is where Christie wrote Murder On The Orient Express. The room enjoys views over the city.
INSIDER TIP: The opulent hotel was built in 1892 for passengers arriving on the legendary Orient Express.
DETAILS: Rooms cost from £222 a night, jumeirah.com. Flights to Istanbul from £102 return, britishairways.com
Johnny Depp is seen above in the moive Murder on the Orient Express