This intriguing book highlights some of West Dorset's most beautiful and untouched places. It provides ideas for easy day visits and offers an insightful view of the rare beauty of this part of the county. An intimate guide, it reveals many places that are rarely frequented, and the clear directions and suggested walks allow you to explore for yourself and make your own further discoveries. Following secluded lanes and ancient tracks, you will visit tucked-away churches, curious sarsen stones, prehistoric sites, nature reserves and timeless villages. Mingle with ghosts and Black Dogs along the haunted byways and forgotten places, and discover local history, characters and folklore. Louise Hodgson shares her discoveries and reveals some extraordinarily special places. With an easy to read, poetic style, you are encouraged to challenge preconceptions. Adopting a philosophical approach she draws knowledgeable parallels with other parts of Britain; this leads to a richer insight and deeper understanding of the Dorset landscape and how we relate to it.
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