Winter Walking & Rambling
The National Trust is a charity that looks after some of the most beautiful countryside in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It cares for more than 2,400 square kilometres of land and more than 500 historic houses, castles, parks and nature reserves. One of the joys of the British countryside is that you can enjoy it at any time of year. Don’t let lower temperatures put you off – grab a warm coat and your National Trust touring pass, and head out on a fresh wintery walk at one of these scenic spots, which display a whole new beauty in frosty or snowy conditions.
Holiday and country cottages in Yorkshire
Yorkshire has so much more to offer than just its first-rate fish and chips. Beyond the seaside promenades of Whitby and Scarborough, explore miles of rolling countryside, sprawling sandy beaches and wild heather moorland from one of our Yorkshire holiday cottages. Or discover the North East landscape through the ages, at the many castles, forts and settlements that decorate this historic county..
Holiday cottages in Derbyshire
Dominated by the mighty Peak District National Park, Derbyshire is a haven for walking and outdoor adventures. If you’re looking for places to stay, we have lots of self-catering holiday cottages in Derbyshire and the Peak District.
Dog-friendly holiday cottages in Herefordshire
With the Wye snaking its way through the county, there are heaps of riverside walking routes to choose from. Away from the river, enjoy a stroll through the region’s many woodlands or tackle a hill or two. Herefordshire’s undulating landscape is great for challenging rambles.
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