That of the latter was only natural, and must have provided even a spice of triumph for the victorious Beauty of buttermere.
The road was very good for some distance, being the coach road to buttermere, so we went gaily on.
The chapel here alluded to was not larger in appearance than the tiny rocky edifice at buttermere.
I know not whether the marriage was, or could have been, celebrated in the little mountain chapel of buttermere.
buttermere, a pleasant stopping-place from which many of the Cumberland fells can be explored.
Nine miles from Keswick, by the nearest route, lies the lake of buttermere.
Still, however, both at Keswick and buttermere, he was somewhat shy of appearing in public.
Then there is that long array of heights right across the lake, and those behind them, spreading away to buttermere.
She seems to have been a common-place person, with small claims to the title of "The Beauty of buttermere."
Crummock is just twice the length of buttermere, with about the same average width of half a mile.