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    by Vivienne Crow This exciting, new and interactive guide brings families with children ten of the very best family adventures in the Lake District National Park.  With expertly-chosen adventures, superb photographs, clear information, an overview and introduction for each walk, expertly written numbered directions, large scale maps, and four themed interactive challenges for every adventure, these guides set a new standard in design, concept, clarity and ease-of-use.  
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    by Dennis Kelsall This superbly-written and good looking book will take you on ten short circular walks to the very best stretches of coast, pubs, tea shops, and viewpoints that the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast, in West Wales, has to offer. Defining the south-westernmost tip of Wales, Pembrokeshire’s coastline is arguably the most beautiful and varied in the British Isles. Virtually all of it lies within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Relative isolation has left it largely untouched by modern development and most of its length is a wild frontier where the endless confrontation between sea and land is played out. Long stretches of coast face the fury of Atlantic storms and weakness and faults in the high cliffs are eroded into caves, coves and inlets. However, the harder rock, some of which is 700 million years old, resists the onslaught and stands out in rugged promontories and headlands. Elsewhere, sheltered landings and harbours, fine beaches and secluded bays reveal other aspects of this glorious landscape. In spring and summer the cliff tops break out in the pink, blue, white and yellow of countless flowers and sea crags are alive with nesting birds, while some of Britain’s largest seal populations arrive in autumn to give birth. It was this wild beauty that prompted the establishment of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in 1952. Despite being one of the UK’s smaller National Parks, it embraces a third of the county including all the offshore islands, the Daugleddau estuary, and the Preseli Hills. The Park is also home to the popular Pembrokeshire Coast Path — now part of the larger Wales Coast Path.  Discover dramatic coastlines at St Davids Head and Strumble Head, Manorbier and Tenby. Climb to lofty coastal panoramas at Carn Ingli and Carn Llidi. Enjoy characterful waterside pubs at Porthgain and Cresswell Quay. Or relax over a quiet cup of coffee or tea and cake at two of Pembrokeshire’s cosiest and most welcoming tea shops and cafés.  Unmissable.    
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    A visit to a tea shop or cafe makes for a lovely end to a walk. It’s always a treat to sit down to coffee and cake at the end of an afternoon stroll or to tuck into a hearty lunch half-way through a day-long hike. From village halls and quaint tea rooms that still serve tea from teapots to modern cafés staffed by efficient baristas, the Yorkshire Dales have plenty to offer — and all surrounded by a timeless and unspoilt landscape. The ten tea shops in this book have been chosen partly on the basis of the excellent walking that can be enjoyed from their doors, and partly on the basis of their wonderful food and drinks and welcoming ambience. 
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    South Devon's best coastal pub walks

    The lovely pubs along the South Devon coast complement the walking on this superlative stretch of the South West Coast Path. Each walk incorporates a stretch of the South West Coast Path, and starts and finishes close to a great pub. Combined, they cover the very best stretches of South Devon's coastline, one of great natural beauty and variety. The pub walks are ordered from west to east, starting at Noss Mayo on the Yealm estuary and finishing at Branscombe, near Beer. All the pubs are situated either right on the coast or a short distance inland — some in coves and harbours, others almost on the sand — and the majority are open all day. With the pubs open all year and the walking good in all seasons, the South Devon Coast is quite rightly a year-round destination.   
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       A new addition to the popular Top 10 Walks: Wales Coast Path series, part of the best-selling, UK-wide Top 10 Walks series.  Imagine a pub on the beach or amazing inns by the sea. The Welsh coast boasts some superb seaside pubs overlooking wonderful coasts - from huge sandy bays and intimate coves, to wave-lashed cliffs and dramatic headlands.  This handy, pocket size book takes you to walks to some amazing coastal pubs on the North Wales section of the Wales Coast Path.     
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      If you like walking up Lakeland's most iconic fells followed by a visit to an excellent and nearby pub or inn, then this is the book for you. Well-known outdoor author Carl Rogers cleverly combines some of Cumbria's finest fell walks with its best-loved pubs. They're a marriage made in heaven — with some super natural pairs such as the Kirkstile Inn at Loweswater with Melbreak literally just behind the pub. Up a fell and down a pint - what could be better?
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