What could be more romantic than an escape to the Lake District, the place that inspired both Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter? Here are some gorgeous images to inspire you.
At 885 square miles, the Lake District is England’s largest national park. Where better to wander lonely as a cloud, stride across hills, mess about in a boat, cycle the trails or simply relax and soak up the views?
There is an incredible variety of camera-ready scenery here, from rugged hillsides and woodlands rich in Atlantic mosses, ferns and lichen, to glassy lakes and fells where ravens and birds of prey are a common sight.
Still not convinced? Well let these beautiful photos twist your arm…
For our full feature on Lake District hideaways see the July/August 2015 issue of BRITAIN.
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