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Naworth Castle in Cumbria near Brampton.It was the seat of the Barons Dacre & their descendants.Currently occupied by Philip Howard,brother/heir presumptive of the 13th Earl of Carlisle.The castle is thought to have late 13th-century origins,in the form of a square keep and bailey.It was first mentioned in 1323.In 1335 a licence to crenellate was granted to Ralph Dacre.Residential quarters were added in the 16th century by Thomas,Lord Dacre.The Castle has a well-preserved priest hole.
Ben Nevis (Scotland). 'The allure of Scotland’s best-known natural features is strong. Around 100,000 people a year set off to reach the highest point in Britain, though not all make it to the top. The reward for those that do is a truly magnificent view (weather permitting) and a great sense of achievement.' www.lonelyplanet....