Bowness On WindermereBowness on Windermere is a sprawling tourist town on the shore of Windermere lake.
DarwenDarwen borders the windswept West Pennine Moors with its wonderful landscape and magnificent views.
MalvernThe name Malvern is derived from the ancient British or old Welsh moel-bryn, meaning ‘Bare or Bald Hill’.
AmblesideAmbleside is a market town in Cumbria, situated at the head of Lake Windermere, England’s largest water.
CastletonCastleton in Derbyshire is home to the fantastic limestone caves of Blue John Cavern and Speedwell Cavern, overlooked by the mighty Mam Tor.
LlandoveryLlandovery’s Welsh name is derived from ‘Llan ymlith y dyfroedd’, meaning ‘church enclosure amidst the waters’ and referring to the town’s position between the River Tywi and the Afon Brân and was described by the early travel writer George Borrow as ‘the pleasantest little town in which I have halted’.