The small village of Braystones is within a mile of the larger villages of Beckermet and Nethertown, situated on England's northwest [censored] brian coastline. This coastal countryside location has fabulous scenic views along with the peaceful tranquillity of a rural village. Po[censored] r with holiday rentals as well as the locals, this [censored] brian village has a railway station linking it to Whitehaven and the [censored] brian coastline.

Surrounded by areas such as Braystones Brough Hill, the River Ehen and the parishes and churches of Saint John Beckermet and Saint Bridget Beckermet, this rural hamlet is bordered by picturesque countryside everywhere you turn. Braystones beach is made up of shingle at high tide, but when the tide goes out, a sandy bottom is revealed. Nearby historic places of interest include Caernarvon Castle, Egremont Castle, Muncaster Water Mill and Buttermere and Ennerdale.

[censored] bria has some of England's finest scenery and is home to the beautiful Lake District. Places of interest near to Braystones include Egremont, Seascale, Gosforth, St Bees and Cleator Moor. Nearby National Trust locations include Buttermere and Ennerdale just six miles away. The stunning lakes of Buttermere, Loweswater and Crummock Water are surrounded by stunning high fells. Walking and picnicking around the lakes and hiring boats are po[censored] r pastimes along with fishing (by permit only).

To the south of Braystones is Sellafield, once the site of the first commercial nuclear power station in the world. It operated from the early 1950s to 2004. The Sellafield Centre is open to visitors at selected times, the rest of the time being used for business and conference purposes.

Nearby Calder Abbey, founded in 1134 was once a Benedictine monastery. This enchanting Abbey came to ruin after 1536 and Henry VIII's Dissolution Act. The abbey is privately owned now and is not normally open to the public. However, it is hoped that the ruins can be visited in the near future.

Five miles to the north of Braystones is the coastal village of St Bees. With its long sandy beach and the dramatic red sandstone bluff of St Bees Head as a stunning landmark, it really is no wonder that St Bees has become such a po[censored] r [censored] brian holiday resort. Towering precipitous cliffs line the coast for four miles, providing magnificent sea views and an excellent walking path towards the Georgian port of Whitehaven.

Other po[censored] r attractions within the vicinity of Braystones are The Ravengl[censored] and Eskdale Railway Museum, The Beacon at Whitehaven, Ravengl[censored] Roman Bathhouse, Muncaster Castle Gardens and Owl Centre, Stanley Force and Hardknott Roman Fort. Also within four miles of the village are Seascale Golf Club and Saint Bees Golf Club.

Located 17 miles away is Wordsworth House. This National Trust house and garden once owned by William Wordsworth's parents takes you on a trip back in time to the 1770s and how the family might have lived. Located on the main street of the pretty market town of [censored] ermouth, Wordsworth House is not the only attraction to the town. Jennings Brewery, the Lakeland Sheep and Wool Centre and a large number of Arts and Crafts establishments also attract many visitors.
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