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Lake Windermere in England has been voted the UK’s most stunning view by Isuzu saying, The Isuzu D-Max pick-up driver’s seat offers an ideal vantage point from which to enjoy the view as;

The 10.5-mile lake in the Lake District is one of the most famous areas in the region. Stunning mountain peaks and villages surround it. Over 18 million tourists visit this area annually, making it one of the most visited and photographed in the country.”

The 30 best beauty spots list ranks St Ives Bay in Cornwall second with 33% of the vote. It stretches six miles to the world-famous Godrevy lighthouse, the inspiration for Virginia Woolf’s novel. St Michael’s Mount in Cornwall, with a medieval church and castle, comes in third with 25% of the vote. A vehicle with a 4×4 drivetrain like the Isuzu D-Max will help you reach the best spots to appreciate the iconic views of the rocky island.

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Cheddar Gorge in Somerset, Loch Lomond, and The Trossachs National Park in Scotland each received 25% of the votes. York Minster follows with 23%, and the Brecon Beacons in Wales and The Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland received 22% and 21% of the votes, respectively.

One in five (21%) love the view of Durdle Door in Dorset, while a further fifth (20%) prefer the view of Stonehenge in Wiltshire. Additionally, dramatic coastal views like the Jurassic Coast (24%), Robin Hood’s Bay (19%), and The Seven Sisters and White Cliffs of Dover (18%) were also featured.

The nation also has a special place in its heart for mountainous regions such as Scafell Pike in the Lake District (21%), Ben Nevis in Scotland (20%), and Llanberis Pass in Snowdonia (17%).

The stunning views across the country are so popular that 94% of the 2,000 Brits surveyed plan a UK adventure this year. The Isuzu D-Max’s 4×4 pick-up capability ensures maximum viewing pleasure.

Over 56% believe the UK is underrated for its beauty, with 49% proud to be British due to its natural beauty.

51% of people say that when it’s sunny, the UK almost feels like you could be abroad, so much so that 40% would love to take more staycations.

Half of the respondents said there is nothing better than enjoying an ice cream on the beach at home, while another 50% love a cosy Sunday roast at a great pub.

Brits are also looking forward to drinking a cold beer in a pub garden (44%), enjoying a cream tea (43%), and having a picnic in the park (41%) this year.

Nearly half of people (49%) desire to explore new areas of the UK and enjoy driving on its beautiful roads. Still, almost eight in ten (77%) worry their car wouldn’t survive a UK staycation, especially if they ventured off-road. Additionally, over a quarter (28%) feel nervous about driving off-road, making it difficult to reach many stunning locations.

According to George Wallis, Head of Marketing at Isuzu UK, “The findings show Brits’ love for UK beauty spots, from the majestic shores of Lake Windermere to the charm of the Giant’s Causeway. With the Isuzu D-Max, you can easily navigate these landscapes and access places others can’t.”

Britain’s most stunning views, according to recent survey…

  1. Lake Windermere, Lake District – 36%
  2. St Ives Bay, Cornwall – 33%
  3. St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall – 25%
  4. Cheddar Gorge, Somerset – 25%
  5. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland – 25%
  6. The Jurassic Coast – 24%
  7. York Minster – 23%
  8. Brecon Beacons, Wales – 22%
  9. The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland – 21%
  10. Buttermere, Lake District – 21%
  11. Durdle Door, Dorset – 21%
  12. Peak District view from Stanage Edge, Derbyshire – 21%
  13. Scafell Pike, Lake District – 21%
  14. Stonehenge, Wiltshire – 20%
  15. Shambles, Yorkshire – 20%
  16. The Roman Baths, Bath – 20%
  17. Ben Nevis, Lochaber – 20%
  18. Robin Hoods Bay, the Dinosaur Coast in Yorkshire – 19%
  19. The Seven Sisters, White Cliffs of Dover – 18%
  20. Whitby Abbey Ruins, Yorkshire – 18%
  21. Portmeirion, Gwynedd in Wales – 17%
  22. Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland – 17%
  23. Llanberis Pass, Snowdonia in Wales – 17%
  24. Hadrian’s Wall, Northern England – 17%
  25. Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh – 17%
  26. Castle Combe, Cotswolds – 15%
  27. Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness in Scotland – 15%
  28. Chatsworth House, Bakewell – 15%
  29. Haweswater, Lake District – 14%
  30. Richmond Park, London – 14%

This research of 2,000 Britons was commissioned by Isuzu and conducted by Prospectus Global in March 2024.

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