The Trip, a film

With Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan we drive across the natural beauties of Northern England. Starting from London, they’re making a report for the Observer magazine. You see first the Lancashire valleys north of Manchester.

The actors are first staying and eating at « The Inn » at Whitewall for the first night after a day-long drive from London. No network, so that the actors are forced to climb a hill just to make a call:

That inn is located right at the south of The Bowland region that are petty hills situated right in the centre of Great Britain.

Down South Cumbria on to Cartmel:

At Cartmel you see the actors eating at L’Enclume restaurant and staying there overnight.

That’s the Morecambe Bay from the distance.

Next you see them along the Windermere:

To eat at Windermere, Holbeck Ghyll, which is food is a « contemporary take on English and French cuisine », as the website reads.

Walking the Cumbrian Way (CW) near Langdale:

And then visiting the Dove Cottage in Grasmere:

And then in a hotel that’s possibly in Kettlewell: the pictured village is. This is very far away the previous scene.

Next we see them in the countryside. This is presumably the Yorshire Dales area:

The Hipping Hall hotel and restaurant, around which Steve Coogan was photoshooted:

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