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Natinoal parks, which one?

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We're planning a trip to the UK June 2016, and priorities are hiking, coastal seafood, historic sites and general relaxing. At this point we will be doing 3-4 nights in London, a week in Cornwall (Falmouth area) and then we have 9 more nights to allocate. Considering Snowdonia, Yorkshire Dales, Peak District, Brecon Beacons. Hadrian's Wall also of interest. We are looking for dramatic scenery, well-marked trails and a charming base town in which to locate. We tend to spend a minimum of 3 or 4 nights in one place rather than moving every two nights. I would love to hear your thoughts on the best choices, especially for that time of year, and why. As always, thank you very much for your help.

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