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Ten areas of wild, attractive scenery in England and Wales are designated as National Parks. They are the Brecon Beacons, Dartmoor, exmoor , the Lake District, the Northumberland National park, the North Yorkshire Moors, the Peak District, the Pemprokeshire Cost, Snowdonia and the Yorkshire Dales. A b and b lynton is an ideal place from which to explore at least two of these parks.
The public have no special rights in these National Park areas: most of the land is still privately owned. The main importance of their b and b lynton designation is to place the land included under special protection against development which would destroy the character of the landscape.
The parks are not entirely areas of conservation, however. Nearly one sixth of the Darmoor Park is used by the Ministry of Defence. Snowdonia b and b lynton has a nuclear power station, and there is a potash mine on the North Yorkshire Moors. The Pembrokeshire Coast houses sprawling caravan sites.
The Brecon Beacons extends from the Black Mountain in the west to the Black Mountains in the east. It includes pleasant b and b lynton valley farms and is ideal for pony-trekking. Dartmoor, on the moor are granite tors weirdly carved by rain and wind, and ancient stone circles built by man. Wild ponies roam all over the moor, and it is near to b and b lynton for an excellent base. exmoor is less wild than Dartmoor, but the Doone Valley has an eerie emptiness. Red stags are hunted in the park near b and b lynton. The Lake District is the biggest National Park, with England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike, and largest lake, Windermere, both to be explored. Northumberland is a stretch of lonely hill and moorland including the Cheviots in the north, and Hadrian’s Wall in the south. North Yorkshire moors combine densely heathered moorland with a towering cost interspersed with excellent beaches. A five mile belt of wild daffodils blooms at Easter in lonely Farndale. In Peak District, a few of the mountains – for example, Thorple Cloud and Losehill b and b lynton – are peak shaped, but most of the area is faintly undulating highlands. In Pembrokeshire Coast almost the whole coastline is accessible by means of a long-distance footbath near b and b lynton. Sailing and bird watching are encouraged in the park. Yorkshire Dales has stone villages, stone bridges, stone castles and abbeys and strange stone formations such as Kilnsey Crag to explore. This is an area of wild uplands and gentle dales. Snowdonia includes Mount Snowdon, and the lovely Mawddach Estuary. The largest natural lake in Wales, Llyn Tegid, and fifteen nature reserves are within the b and b lynton park boundaries.
With a lesser degree of protection than the National Parks are the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. They are regions where obtrusive industrial development is discouraged by local and central government. They include part of the Anglesy Coast, Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, Chichester Harbour, the Chilterns, Cornwall, north south and east Devon, much of Dorset, b and b lynton, the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire, the western part of North Yorkshire, Gower in South Wales, south and east Hampshire, part of the Isle of Wight, Lleyn in North Wales, the Malvern Hills, the Norfolk Coast, the Northumberland Coast, the Quantock Hills, the Shropshire Hills, the Solway Coast, the Surrey Hills and the Sussex Downs. The public have no special rights of access to land in these areas.
Also throughout England and Wales there are more than 250 areas which have been established as nature reserves by Act of Parliament. Some are run by the Nature Conservancy, others by local authorities. There are also many b and b lynton reserves owned and managed by private, voluntary bodies.