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About the county of CumbriaCumbria, Englands second largest County can be found in the North-Western part of England. One of its many outstanding attractions is the ever popular and positively breathtaking 'Lake District' the land of crystal clear blue lakes, endless picturesque mountains, including Englands highest mountain, 'Scafell Pike' an impressive 978 metres high. For a truly exhilarating experience why not explore the Lake District from one of the warm and welcoming Hotels situated within the secluded lush green valleys.
See our recommended Cumbria towns and villages below, along with our listed Cumbria attractions, and Cumbria hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Cumbria
A picturesque village in the Borrowdale valley, one of the most beautiful valleys in England...
This little village is set along the glorious Whicham Beck against a back-drop of dramatic scenery encompassing fells and the Black Combe...
St.Bees, the most westerly coastal village on the wild cumbrian coast, is a vision of loveliness...
This attractive, historic Cumbrian resort owes much to the ingenuity of the Lowther family, who developed Whitehaven as a port for shipping and the export of Cumbrian coal...All Cumbria towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Cumbria
The romantic setting between high fells gives Crummock Water its character. It is somewhat overshadowed by other better known.....
This lovely country park occupies a magical landscape close to the historic market town of Brampton. The icy waters forming the.....
The Laurel and Hardy Museum is appropriately sited in the town of Ulverston, Stan Laurel's birthplace. He was born in 1890, the.....
If you happen to visit Keswick in Cumbria do not miss out on Whinlatter Forest Park, for this superb gift of nature is a real.....All Cumbria AttractionsCastles in CumbriaCumbria Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
Studland Beach, in Dorset, has been used by naturists for nearly 100 years. Two of its naturist visitors were author George Bernhard Shaw and children's authoress Enid Blyton. With her familiarity of the area, the nearby village of Studland was the basis for Toytown in her Noddy books and used again in her Famous Five stories.
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