Submitted by twosugars on Thu, 18/02/2016 - 10:12pm
Stourhead house is a palladian style country house set in a huge landscaped garden with artificial lake large areas of hills and woodland with several interesting follies spread around the grounds. Follow the path around the lake and various vistas reveal themselves.
Submitted by twosugars on Thu, 18/02/2016 - 9:28pm
forest of dean
Tintern abbey is situated in a steeply wooded valley/gorge alongside the river Wye. The Abbey - under the care of CADW ( welsh version of English Heritage) is derelict with only a small part of the building having a roof.
Submitted by twosugars on Thu, 18/02/2016 - 9:58am
Avebury village is set within a large prehistoric stone circle, older than Stonehenge. Situated well on the tourist trail, it gets busy in summer and is best visited early morning or late afternoon in summer.
Submitted by twosugars on Thu, 18/02/2016 - 9:33am
Pentre Ifan burial chamber is set against the backdrop of heather clad hills in the northern part of Pembrokeshire national park. reasonable grass/ dirt footpath to the location, use walking boots or wellies after rain.
Submitted by twosugars on Tue, 16/02/2016 - 9:11am
Corfe castle is best visited out of season as it is very much on the tourist trail, the path up to and through the castle is steep in places but requires no special footwear. Corfe castle is owned by the National Trust and charges a small fee - members go free.
Submitted by john ryles on Tue, 24/11/2015 - 8:31pm
Crackpot Falls in Yorkshire as shown in the image. The braver amongst you may climb over the fence and make your way carefully down the banking to the base of the falls. Care should be taken as its slippy when wet. It is also possible to cross to the otherside.