WEFOUNDBeautiful Britain: London to the Nore (Classic Reprint)


Make sure to see the seaside as top priority if weather permits. If it's a bit damp, Bexhill Museum and De La Warr Pavilion are indoor gems.

Make sure to see the St Albans Traditional Street Market if it's open, plus check out the gorgeous ruins of Sopwell Nunnery .

Have a bite at The Tudor Room at the beautiful and historical Great Fosters Hunting Lodge Hotel . Caffe Gondola is a great alternative if you're on a budget.

" Beautiful England " was the title of a series of short, illustrated travel/guide books first published in Britain by Blackie & Son around 1910 and continuing in print until the 1950s. Each title featured a particular region, town or city in England and was illustrated by watercolour landscape painter, E. W. Haslehust .

Blackie & Son also published other related series: "Beautiful Scotland" (4 vols. or 4 pts. in 1 vol.), "Beautiful Ireland" (Leinster, Ulster, Munster, Connaught; painted by Alex. Williams; described by Stephen Gwynn; 4 vols. or 4 pts. in 1) and "Beautiful Switzerland" (Chamonix; Lausanne and its Environs; Lucerne; Villars and its Environs: all pictured and described by George Flemwell).

Make sure to see the seaside as top priority if weather permits. If it's a bit damp, Bexhill Museum and De La Warr Pavilion are indoor gems.

Make sure to see the St Albans Traditional Street Market if it's open, plus check out the gorgeous ruins of Sopwell Nunnery .

Have a bite at The Tudor Room at the beautiful and historical Great Fosters Hunting Lodge Hotel . Caffe Gondola is a great alternative if you're on a budget.

" Beautiful England " was the title of a series of short, illustrated travel/guide books first published in Britain by Blackie & Son around 1910 and continuing in print until the 1950s. Each title featured a particular region, town or city in England and was illustrated by watercolour landscape painter, E. W. Haslehust .

Blackie & Son also published other related series: "Beautiful Scotland" (4 vols. or 4 pts. in 1 vol.), "Beautiful Ireland" (Leinster, Ulster, Munster, Connaught; painted by Alex. Williams; described by Stephen Gwynn; 4 vols. or 4 pts. in 1) and "Beautiful Switzerland" (Chamonix; Lausanne and its Environs; Lucerne; Villars and its Environs: all pictured and described by George Flemwell).

The book is arrived today, very quickly, in very good condition condition, as described.  I would like to then you for such excellent service. Hope I will find something more from your books to order again.  

Just received the books and your very kind accompanying letter.  They are fantastic and I’m very impressed with how quickly I got them.  Many thanks for all your help and I look forward to buying more gems off you!

Am in receipt of a recent purchase and could not be happier with the buy. The book is in excellent condition. I am making a cup of tea, climbing into my very thick and inviting leather chair and enjoying the rest of the evening.

Make sure to see the seaside as top priority if weather permits. If it's a bit damp, Bexhill Museum and De La Warr Pavilion are indoor gems.

Make sure to see the St Albans Traditional Street Market if it's open, plus check out the gorgeous ruins of Sopwell Nunnery .

Have a bite at The Tudor Room at the beautiful and historical Great Fosters Hunting Lodge Hotel . Caffe Gondola is a great alternative if you're on a budget.

Make sure to see the seaside as top priority if weather permits. If it's a bit damp, Bexhill Museum and De La Warr Pavilion are indoor gems.

Make sure to see the St Albans Traditional Street Market if it's open, plus check out the gorgeous ruins of Sopwell Nunnery .

Have a bite at The Tudor Room at the beautiful and historical Great Fosters Hunting Lodge Hotel . Caffe Gondola is a great alternative if you're on a budget.

" Beautiful England " was the title of a series of short, illustrated travel/guide books first published in Britain by Blackie & Son around 1910 and continuing in print until the 1950s. Each title featured a particular region, town or city in England and was illustrated by watercolour landscape painter, E. W. Haslehust .

Blackie & Son also published other related series: "Beautiful Scotland" (4 vols. or 4 pts. in 1 vol.), "Beautiful Ireland" (Leinster, Ulster, Munster, Connaught; painted by Alex. Williams; described by Stephen Gwynn; 4 vols. or 4 pts. in 1) and "Beautiful Switzerland" (Chamonix; Lausanne and its Environs; Lucerne; Villars and its Environs: all pictured and described by George Flemwell).

The book is arrived today, very quickly, in very good condition condition, as described.  I would like to then you for such excellent service. Hope I will find something more from your books to order again.  

Just received the books and your very kind accompanying letter.  They are fantastic and I’m very impressed with how quickly I got them.  Many thanks for all your help and I look forward to buying more gems off you!

Am in receipt of a recent purchase and could not be happier with the buy. The book is in excellent condition. I am making a cup of tea, climbing into my very thick and inviting leather chair and enjoying the rest of the evening.

We asked the Rough Guides team to name the most beautiful places in England . After much deliberation, here are the results.

Travel Editor Greg chose this area of natural beauty , and in particular Kirkstone Pass, as one of the most beautiful places he’s been in England. The highest mountain pass in the country, Kirkstone is a beautiful drive or cycle. There are incredible views and great hikes to be had, while the Kirkstone Pass Inn, an old coaching house dating back to the fifteenth century, is a great base for exploring the area. Some believe it's haunted by travellers who used to pass through.

Our Senior Web Developer Latn picked Bath as one of the most beautiful places in England. With its elegant Georgian architecture and that famous crescent set on a hill overlooking the Royal Victoria park, it has enchanted many a visitor – the city sees over two million tourists per year. The perfect way to unwind after all that sightseeing? A visit to the Thermae Bath Spa to soak in some of the naturally warm water that bubbles beneath the city.


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