miles from anywhere

miles from anywhere

In an extremely remote, isolated location, ever far away from other people. I'd rather pay a little more for a hotel right in the city than be miles from anywhere in some dinky B&B.
See also: anywhere, mile

miles from ˈanywhere/ˈnowhere

far away from a town, a village, other houses, etc: The car broke down when they were miles from anywhere.They live in the country, miles from nowhere.
See also: anywhere, mile, nowhere
References in classic literature ?
I met her a thousand miles from anywhere, and then some.
Although Highland Council last night insisted it had not sent anyone outside Scotland, relocating 484 miles from anywhere on the mainland would place them in another UK nation or eight other European countries.
The current owner says: "The location of the house was one of the main reasons we chose it, as it's close to all the main facilities with great road links, but has its own space so that when you are in the house you feel as if you could be miles from anywhere."
It feels a million miles from anywhere, but is actually only about 200 yards from the main road, so it's fairly simple to get to.
Synopsis: In 1914, Linda and Mac McKinstry left their secure jobs in Washington, D.C., married, and moved west to establish a homestead in country both untouched and beautiful, but also inhospitable, dangerous, and forty miles from anywhere.
It was miles from anywhere and a very dismal place.
His parents must have considered it a safe move, away from Middlesbrough to a small peaceful setting miles from anywhere.
We loved that it felt like you're miles from anywhere but it's less than a mile to the centre of Hexham.
World SuperbiKe champion Tom, 28, flew to Spain last Wednesday for testing on a circuit miles from anywhere as Amie was not due until November 21.
But the 55-year-old, of Hall Green, instead found themselves stuck in squalid hotels, miles from anywhere and without even enough beds for his family.
I mean, most discoveries of this nature are found miles from anywhere," (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-07-16/50-million-year-old-fossils-found-under-brisbane/4823402?section=business) Miller told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation .
IT is being hailed as a military time capsule after lying untouched hundreds of miles from anywhere in the baking Sahara desert.
You really do feel as though you are miles from anywhere, but in reality you are right in the heart of this popular community.