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Sandsendis, with beach facing cottages at the end of the wild North Yorkshire Moors.

~Blooms and cottages in a timeless scene at Low Row, Sandsend, North Yorkshire, England~ I want to live somewhere like this!

Sligachan, Scotland - Dominic Lars

Sligachan, Scotland - Dominic Lars

This is Leanach Farmhouse in Scotland. At almost 300 years old its wonderful history is told by the stones, clay and oak that have kept it standing for so many centuries. In this picture the beautiful cottage is getting a new haircut of a red heather thatch.

This is Leanach Farmhouse in Scotland. At years old its wonderful history is told by the stones, clay and oak that have kept it standing for so many centuries. In this picture the beautiful cottage is getting a new haircut of a red heather thatch.

English Country Village

English Country Village Art Print

Evening sunlight over Corton Denham, Somerset, England (© Brian Jannsen Photography) -

Derwent Island House, The Lake District, Cumbria, England.

Trust offers Lakes island home

Crovie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Located on the Eastern Coast of Scotland.

This is Crovie (pronounced Crivie) on the Moray Coast of Scotland. It's far more beautiful than it's more famous neighbouring town Pennan (from Local Hero). When the sea is rough it takes a hell of a battering from the waves.

The Auld Kirk, Alloway, South Ayrshire, Scotland (©Colin Smith / geograph.org.uk)   — FUCKITANDMOVETOBRITAIN

The Auld Kirk, Alloway, Scotland. This ruined kirkyard is near Burns Cottage and is the setting for the Burns' poem, "Tam o'Shanter". © Copyright Colin Smith and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

The only surviving building after the Battle of Culloden was the Old Leanach Cottage which was inhabited until 1912 and then kept preserved by the Gaelic Society of Inverness.

The most sacred place in Scotland.only surviving building after the Battle of Culloden was the Old Leanach Cottage inhabited until 1912 then preserved by the Gaelic Society of Inverness.

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