Ravenglass is a small village on the western coast of Cumbria, England The only coastal village within the Lake District National park. Ravenglass was once a Roman bolt hold and naval base for over 300 years with a garrison of 500 soldiers; it served to supply the region with defences throughout the age and became an extended part of Hadrian’s Wall. Although now, there is little to see of this, there is still the remains of a bath house, Walls Castle, which is maintained by English Heritage as one of the last largest Roman structures in England.