A small publisher which specialises in simply-produced, black and white Scottish guides, providing good local knowledge. Does not include listings for restaurants or accommodation, but information on sights and attractions along a recommended driver's route around the islands.
A walker's guide to the islands including 28 suggested walks in Mull, 4 on Iona, 5 on Tiree and 5 on Coll. Each walk includes a fact sheet, hand drawn maps and illustrations of the sights and flora and fauna.
A useful walking guide to this region of Wales which lies half-way down the West coast. Includes 28 walks arranged by difficulty and each one includes a fact sheet, directions and a colour copy of the relevant OS map.
An excellent walking guide for the more serious walker with plenty of practical tips on staying safe, what to pack and when to go. The Coastal route is broken down to a number of sections each with a hand drawn map, directions and recommended places to stay and eat. Also includes notes on flora and fauna.
A colourful, fairly large guide to the best camp sites in Wales, hand-picked for their charm, view, location and philosophy. Organised by location, each entrant has a fact sheet, photographs and a general description.
Published by the same company as A. Wainwright's Pictorial Guides, Richard Sale's guide has a similar feel, with hand drawn maps for each of the 36 walks and lyrical, descriptive prose, written by someone who loves the region and knows it well.
A pocket-sized, colourful guide with a couple of pages on each resort with top tips on things to do, where to eat and what to see. Every recommendation is marked on a small street plan of each resort. A brief guide but useful and to the point.
A colourful guide with plenty of photographs detailing 25 scenic drives around Ireland. Each route is accompanied by selective information on hotels, restaurants and sights and is between 2 and 5 days long.