Peaceful travel destinations in Britain via Train?
Hi, I m 19 and I ve got a lot of experience budget travelling to European countries with my boyfriend, however i have decided to have a solo mini break this year and im sticking to Britain. i m having trouble finding anywhere small and peaceful where i can just read a book and get a coffee.... Also it has to have a train station. Am i asking for too much?
- 1 year ago
amersham is very quite, peaceful and has lots of things to do. it is also has a train station that leads straight to london. it doesn't have many big hotels just small ones and it has so may coffee shops its unreal.
- JohnLv 71 year ago
Oxford. Windsor area is Egham station.
- sunshine_melLv 71 year ago
There are literally hundreds of places with a bookshop / library, coffee shop and train station. Be more specific if you want people to be able to help.
- Rona LachatLv 71 year ago
Your question makes little sense.
There are tens of thousands of places you can stop to read a book and have some coffee.
Be advised at many places their coffee is not fantastic. May consider some tea.
Shall we all guess your mysterious starting point.
Shall we guess if you intend to read your book for a few hours and return home or read for a week.taking some time to explore a bit and read your book at a few places.
Get on a train with coffee service and just ride enjoying the view. Eventually you return on another train.Does not need to be just back and forth. A circle route to explore places new to you.
You want a deserted train station all is quiet?
A walk of a mile from hundreds of stations can find a nice place to have some coffee and read a book. If you take a thermos you can fill it with coffee and read your book in a park.
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- DavidLv 71 year ago
Try Liverpool Central Library.