Top 10 Places in UK
Best Places To Visit In UK – Contents
- Brecon Beacons
- Castle Combe
- Cotswolds, UK
- Dumfries and Galloway
- Giants Causeway
- Isle of Lewis, Scotland
- Isle of Man (Crown Dependency)
- Isle of Mull
- Isles of Scilly
- Isle of Wight
- Lizard Peninsula
- Norfolk Broads
- Peak District
- Sandwich, Kent
- Seven Sisters Cliff
- Saint Michael’s Mount in Cornwall
- Surrey Hills
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One of the cutest towns in England’s charming Lake District is Ambleside. It’s known for its iconic bridge house, a small 17th-century house built over Stock Beck. In the Armitt Museum, you will find the children’s author Beatrix Potter’s desk just as it would have been when she used it to watercolour, rare books, and other interesting pieces. Inside St. Mary’s Church, you will find a chapel dedicated to the poet, William Wordsworth. You also have plenty of lovely restaurants and pubs to sample in Ambleside. Relaxed Luxury With Our Avalon Waterways France River CruisePlay Video
Just outside the town, you can explore the well-marked 2nd-century remains of Ambleside Roman Fort. Additionally, there are several nice hikes that start from Ambleside. We did the Stock Ghyll with the Sweden High Bridge extension hike which is about 5 ½ miles long. We walked through pastures with sheep, saw waterfalls, and got amazing views of Lake Windermere. It was not a difficult hike but it was scenic.
Anisa from 2 Traveling Texans
My favourite place in the UK is one that you’ve probably never heard of, unless you’ve got an interest in history, or if you’ve mistaken it for the town in Frozen. And that place is Arundel, in West Sussex.
I may be slightly biased, given that I grew up about ten minutes away from Arundel, but it really is a small town with a lot to offer. The main attraction is the castle (again, not to be confused with Frozen!) which hovers protectively over the town – established in 1067, you can go inside and check out the collections of art, medieval weapons, and royal rooms. Not to mention clambering up tiny spiral staircases, and descending into a dungeon!
The rest of the town, set in a picturesque river valley, boasts a cathedral, antique shops, a local brewery, and some fantastic restaurants. Plus, Arundel’s position in the hills of the South Downs National Park not only means that there’s great cycling and walking trails, but contributed to it being voted “the Most Relaxing Town In Europe”. Taking a walk alongside the castle, heading towards the town’s lake, is like being bathed in dappled sunshine and happiness.
What more can you ask for?
Nicky from That Anxious Traveller
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