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Dent

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Dent is a tiny village of stone cottages and cobbled streets close to the head of Dentdale, about five miles south-east of

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The Sawreys

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The Sawreys is the collective name give to the two hamlets, Near Sawrey and Far Sawrey, located roughly two miles south-east of

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Central Lake District

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If you’re thinking of exploring far and wide, you could do a lot worse than base yourself in either Grasmere or Ambleside. Yes, they’re honeypots,

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East Lake District

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Derwentwater may be the Queen of the Lakes, Windermere the longest and Wastwater the deepest, but no lake provides as many ‘wow!’ moments as Ullswater. There’s something very special

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West Lake District

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Cross Lakeland’s steepest, remotest passes or venture around the little-visited south-western tip of Cumbria, and you enter a visually stunning world where

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South Lake District

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With Windermere, England’s longest natural lake, as its glittering centrepiece, the South Lakes provides a gently rolling introduction to the Lake District National

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Ravenglass

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The tranquil coastal settlement of Ravenglass enjoys a unique status in Europe – it’s the only village that falls within two World

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Blencarn

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For visitors, the tiny settlement of Blencarn at the foot of the Pennines means just one thing – it’s the starting point

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