We decided on a weekend away in the Lake District, and after a few minutes searching on the internet, I'd soon come up with a list of possible fairy sites to visit. I say 'possible' as I haven't researched these fairy lore stories as thoroughly as I do for the Northumberland locations, but once I run out of local myths to research I'll soon set about researching the further away ones! :)
First up was Elva Hill, reputed to be a fairy hill and a secret gateway to fairyland. At the top of the hill is a rocky outcrop, and on one side of the hill is an old stone circle. Below you can see Elva Hill both close up and from the base of the hill. Unfortunately the stone circle was off limits due to Bulls in the field.
Sources and Further Information
The Modern Antiquarian
The Fairy Hills of Cumbria