Roads with a View

England’s greatest views and how to find them by road

With the cost of travel soaring higher than a jumbo jet, more and more people are choosing simply to stay put, enjoying what generations of Brits did long before the airliner age - exploring England by road. For such a relatively small country, Britain has some of the nicest views around; our road network - much as we like to moan about it - is actually pretty remarkable, and extends tentacle-like to touch some of the most amazing places. Roads with a View is not just another travel guide. This one has been written by a driver especially for fellow motorists, and provides detailed accounts of the best roads to drive on, and the best places to drive to for that stunning front seat view. With specially drawn maps, stunningly beautiful colour photography from some of the England's finest landscape photographers, and plenty of travel advice on where to eat, where to stay, and what to do, this unique guide lifts the lid on parts of England that are often overlooked. The author has made sure to include information for everyone - driver as well as passengers - as you seek out England's finest landscapes. With advice on where to stay and where to eat, as well as what to do when you get to the view, this really is an invaluable travel guide.

Synopsis


Roads with a View is not just another travel guide. This one has been written by a driver especially for fellow motorists, and provides detailed accounts of the best roads to drive on, and the best places to drive to for that stunning front seat view.
With specially drawn maps, stunningly beautiful colour photography from some of the England's finest landscape photographers, and plenty of travel advice on where to eat, where to stay, and what to do, this unique guide lifts the lid on parts of England that are often overlooked.
The author has made sure to include information for everyone - driver as well as passengers - as you seek out England's finest landscapes. With advice on where to stay and where to eat, as well as what to do when you get to the view, this really is an invaluable travel guide.

About the author


David Corfield is a respected photographer and writer who, for many years, has worked as editor on several well known photography and motoring magazines including Practical Photography, Performance French Cars, Golf+, Modern MINI, VW Motoring, Photography Monthly and Octane. Having driven some of the best roads in England in search of great locations to photograph cars and landscapes, David decided to share his experiences in this new book. His passion for great photography has made sure that every image used in Roads With A View is of the highest quality. Drivers will also appreciate David’s insight into each selected route’s history, and will enjoy his hints and tips on where to eat and stay.

eBook details

eISBN: 978-1-787116-28-3 • eV number: eV5628 • Published: October 2019 • Language: English • Digital edition: First Digital Edition. Base eBook price: £14.99 / $14.99 / €17.99 (vendors may set their own prices, so actual prices may vary).
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Original book info

V4350 • Hardback • 25x25cm • £19.99 • 144 pages • 57 colour and b&w pictures • ISBN: 978-1-845843-50-2 • UPC: 6-36847-04350-6. Price subject to change, P&P extra.

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