Langdale in the Lake District with a fresh covering of snow is an awesome sight. Despite the surrounding mountains comparitively low height, it has a very alpine feel and is a magnet for visitors. In winter conditions essentially there is only one way in or out as the pass out over Blea Tarn is usually iced up and impassable to motor vehicles.
For those adventurous souls, a walk up to the top of the Langdale Pikes is a must as they offers excellent views, an option of winter scrambling and a pint at the Hikers Bar at the Old Dungeon-Ghyll Hotel when you comeback down again. A good day out by anybody's standards.