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• Superb landscape photography of all areas covered
• Insightful comments on the best places to eat and stay
• Clear and concise maps of each route covered
• Details of ‘secret’ views, off the beaten track, but no-less special
• Motoring trivia and snippets for every drive covered
• Routes divided into sections, from quick drives to day trips
• Family friendly - special things for kids to watch out for on each view
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.
"Special maps, stunning photography from top landscape photographers, and advice on where to eat, to stay, or to do." – Garage and MoT Professional
"The book features some outstanding photographs and tips for places to eat and drink are included." – Wolverhampton Express & Star
"Looking for somewhere new to go for a Sunday drive? This book takes you to the most scenic places on England's road network, with route directions, details on the history of the area, and suggestions of where to eat." – Best of British
"This lovely coffee table book features England's finest landscapes and what to do when you reach them." – CSMA Magazine
"With stunning photography 'Roads With A View' features some of the best scenic drives in England." – The Daily Express
"Apart from the potential for great photographic opportunities, you of course also get the thrill of driving some of the most exciting and dramatic roads in England, well worth a trip in itself. It makes me want to leave the office right now, wind the windows down on the car and set off, camera in hand, on a grand tour of English backroads." – Outdoor Photography
"Here's one for motorists who love to drive simply for pleasure, rather than just navigating from A to B. 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." – Classic Car Weekly
"There is some great photography and the effort that's been put into this is obvious. It's the sort of book you wish you had on the back shelf on a long weekend trekking to a far away circuit." – Track Driver
"Its 144 pages are split into regions with each illustrated by stunning views, like Wastwater in the Lake District. Directions are given and even a suggestion of where to eat." – Jaguar World
"This 144-page book provides detailed routes of the best roads to take when searching for that 'wow-factor' view. There are also family-friendly views for kids to spot when on the road." – Motorcaravan Motorhome Monthly