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HIDDEN PLACES OF LAKE DISTRICT AND CUMBRIA, THE

An informative guide to the more secluded and less well-known places (Hidden Places Series)

by Barbara Vesey

  • 380 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Travel Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travel & holiday guides,
  • Travel,
  • Travel - Foreign,
  • Travel - General,
  • Cumbria,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • Travel / General,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12290749M
    ISBN 101904434673
    ISBN 109781904434672

    16 photos that prove the Lake District is the most beautiful place in Britain Previous slide Next slide 1 of 16 View All Skip Ad The Lake District has been named Britain's 31st World Heritage Site. The Hidden Places of the Lake District and Cumbria Guide book writes of Ennerdale Water: “This is truly a hidden place lying in the secluded valley of Ennerdale which has limited access by car. Tranquil and quiet, the lake and valley offer superb walks around the shore and along river banks, valley paths and forest tracks which together offer.

    Visit the Lake District – Visit Cumbria, the Big Site. Famous Lake District writers include William Wordsworth, one of the Lakes Poets, and Beatrix Potter of Peter Rabbit fame. You can visit a number of properties where they lived and where they set their works, as well as numerous historic houses and gardens. Use the menu bar to find over 1, pages of information on everything to do with. The Hidden Places Of The Lake District And Cumbria by Barbara Vesey Hill Shepherd by John Forder The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova A History of the Writings of Beatrix Potter by Leslie Linder.

    Hidden Places of the Lake District & Cumbria. Joanna Billing. Out of Stock. “The Hidden Places of the Lake District and Cumbria ” by Peter Long is an excellent travel guide for those visitors who are interested in off-the-beaten path travel through which they can experience the parts of the area which are not usually experienced by travelers.


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This is the 7th edition of the very popular Hidden Places of The Lake District & Cumbria. The cover, page layouts and maps in this edition have been completely redesigned to produce a very attractive and easy-to-use travel guide covering the Lake District and Cumbria.2/5(1).

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This is the 9th edition of the very popular Hidden Places of the Lake District and Cumbria. The editorial content has been fully updated in this very attractive easy-to-use travel guide. The book is printed in full colour and includes detailed directional maps and eye catching photographs/5(2).

HIDDEN PLACES OF LAKE DISTRICT AND CUMBRIA ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Previous edition: published as by David Gerrard. Includes index. Description: pages: color. The hidden places THE book the Lake District and Cumbria.

[Joanna Billing;] Hidden places of the Lake District & Cumbria: Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "The hidden places of the # Hidden places series\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. The Lake District is renowned for its impressive mountain scenery but is also offers visitors green rolling hills, fast flowing rivers, deep lush forests and of course the enchanting and lanquid lakes.

The delightful county of Cumbria, in which the Lake District resides, is England's second largest county, but surprisingly has a relatively small population of onlypeople which is only.

Author: Peter Long; Publisher: Travel Publishing Ltd ISBN: Category: Travel Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This is the 6th edition of Hidden Places exploring one of the U.K's most popular regions for visitors and will be printed in full colour The Lake District is famous for its grand, austere mountain scenery intersected by fast flowing rivers and languid lakes but it also.

Ennerdale Valley, Western Lakes. One of the most secluded, serene and quiet places in the whole of the UK. This Lake District hidden gem sits on the western edge of the national park and is home to Ennerdale Water and some of the park’s largest peaks, including the mighty Pillar Rock.

The crowds have left and you can explore some of the lesser known places at your leisure. Here are a few of the Lake District’s more hidden gems: Lyth and Winster Valleys Winster Valley (Credit: Andrew Hill via ) On the edge of the Lake District, between Kendal and Bowness, lies the pretty Lyth Valley.

Home to hundreds of damson. Five of the best hidden sights in the Lake District. Cathedral Cavern, just one of many extraordinary slate mine caverns in Cumbria, cut by hand hundreds of years ago Credit: ALAMY. Close to the Tranquil Otter you will find some of Cumbria’s hidden gems.

It’s a chance to get away from the Lake District crowds and discover the delights of the Solway Coast and Eden Valley. For nature lovers, the Solway Coast is a haven of wildlife. Find hidden gems of the Lake District. Special, rare and unknown things to see and do in the Lake District by Lakelovers Lake District cottages Hope you enjoyed reading this and we’d love to hear of your secret places to visit in the Lake District in the comments below.

Gillam’s, Ulverston. The Jumble Room, Grasmere Cumbria, LA Hidden gems in the Lake District. Want to find a secluded spot in the Lake District to take in the view. We’ve hidden beaches that are perfect for paddling in, hills where you can enjoy the sunset without the crowds, and small gardens where you can take in the scents.

Re: Secret less touristy spots in Lake District. Chapel Stile is a great location, but if you're going there in July and want to get away from the crowds, then it might not be ideal.

Elterwater is a pleasant little lake and easily reachable from Chapel Stile. 10 Hidden Views in the Lake District. 1st September A great article written by a good Lake District blogger. A useful dolop of information brought to you from Holiday Cottages Cumbria-the providers of luxury Lake District Here.

The Hidden Place is within 10 minutes drive from the quaint but lively tourist village of Pooley Bridge, and only a 20 minute drive from the M6, which makes it an ideal retreat for short breaks or full week holidays whether it be a romantic get -away or active holiday.

The location of this hidden treasure will make you want to return time and. Below we list seven secret places in the Lake District that you can have all to yourself on even the loveliest of summer weekends.

Just don’t tell anyone. Crummock Water. Nestled between Buttermere and Loweswater is the picturesque Crummock Water, an often overlooked but very beautiful lake that's around miles long.

It is possible to hire. Hidden River Cabins is set of spacious log cabins with river views, in an untouched corner of the Cumbrian countryside. The site is close to the city of Carlisle, and the huge outdoor playground of the Lake District, and the Scottish borders.

Walkers will love exploring the many trails, with everything from challenging mountain hikes to. Book your accommodation with Visit Cumbria If you have found Visit Cumbria’s “Places to Visit in the Lake District” page useful please help to support us by booking your accommodation though our pages.

It takes a lot of work, and quite a bit of money, to keep Visit Cumbria’s 1,+ free information pages online and updated. Hidden places We are pleased to announce that our visitors have recently recommended Stouphill Gate for inclusion in the new edition of the Hidden Places of The Lake District and Cumbria, published by Travel Publishing Ltd, as part of their Hidden Places of Britain Series of Guides.

The Best ‘Secret’ Places in the Lake District and Cumbria By S James | 0 Comments Anyone visiting the Lake District National Park and the surrounding county of Cumbria should take the time to see well known sights like the villages of Grasmere and Keswick, and Lake Windermere; all these places deserve their reputations, and are.Wild Guide Lake District and Yorkshire Dales: Hidden Places and Great Adventures - Including Bowland and South Pennines The Rough Guide to the Lake District (Travel Guide) (Rough Guides) by Rough Guides The Lake District Quiz Book: The People, Places, Customs and Culture of Cumbria in Fiendish Questions.

The Wild Guide to the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales by Daniel Start covers over wild and hidden places to explore. It is published on 1 June (£, Wild Things Publishing). For 30% off Author: Daniel Start.