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Free week anywhere between Edinburgh and Cornwall ~ Suggestions?

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Hi All;

Next summer I'll be spending a bit of time on some farms in England and Scotland and I have one week between the end of my gig in Scotland and the start of the next one in Cornwall. I'm in my 20's and I'll be travelling solo by train, interested in non-touristy things, little towns, art, wondering around, being outside, etc. I'll have come off of two weeks in London, Oxford, York and Edinburgh with my parents so no need to return there. Here are some ideas:

1) Keswick
2) Bath/Bristol
3) Fowey/Polruan
4 )St. Ives

Hopefully that's enough info for my very broad question. Any recommendations or opinions on awesome places to see would be very helpful - it's my first time in the UK.

Thanks!

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