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Tips for a scenic, but not very mountainous, area in the UK?

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Hello everyone! We are a couple in our late 50s who are coming to visit the UK this summer. First we'll be visiting London, and from there we want to go to a scenic region somewhere in the UK, preferably not too far from London. However, we are definitely not mountaineers, so we would like to avoid very mountainous areas.

Our travel style is mostly by car, and when we see something we like we will park the car and go for a walk. We are not very experienced hikers and we're therefore not looking specifically for challenging hikes, but merely for scenic nature where one can have a walk about. It would also be a plus if there are some cozy small cities in the area to have lunch and the like.

Of course I have already looked around, but never having been in the UK it is hard for us to judge. So far, we have been looking at Wales, but we're open for anything. Can any of you give us some tips, based on our desires? Thanks!

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