Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset
published 2010 • 5 ½”x 8 ¼” • 224 pages • full-color photos • maps
ISBN 9781860114250 • paperback • $17.95 •
"To Americans, the city of Bath...may be the most popular destination in this compact region, where one is rarely more than 20 miles from the ocean; however, the southeast corner of England offers much more for visitors. Fullman, who has written several Cadogan guides, highlights the many attractions related to the area’s rich seafaring history, startlingly beautiful countryside, and historic homes and villages. He includes numerous places to take children, and recommended restaurants and hotels cover a range of budgets. Fullman provides a great deal of practical advice on how to get the best out of one’s trip, as well as numerous web addresses for additional information...For travelers with a hankering to see the dramatic scenery that inspired Daphne du Maurier, Agatha Christie, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this excellent guide provides plenty of encouragement and information to keep visitors of all ages happy for a week or more.
This title features: dynamic two-color layout for easy navigation; a color section that gives a photographic overview of the region, together with special features of the particular counties, tailored itineraries and lists of the best things to do - whether it's walks, beaches or activities; and, the top Don't Miss sights for each chapter.
• Explore the cliffs, moors, wooded river valleys and sandy bays of the Tarka Trail in North Devon
• Discover Cornwall’s rugged coastline, taking in bustling, whitewashed St Ives—home to Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth museum and scores of pristine sandy beaches
• Visit the mighty Gothic rocket of Truro cathedral
• Wrap up for an evening at the Minack theatre, for Shakespeare under the stars
• Walk the wild expanses Exmoor and the windswept Quantocks—and step inside one of the prettiest parish churches in England at East Quantoxhead
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