Six Beautiful British Country Walks
Six Beautiful British Country WalksHere at Hallmark Hotels were are lucky enough to have a wide selection of properties taking in everything from English cities to the Scottish countryside. Using our locations as inspiration, we have come up with six exceptionally beautiful British country walks, all of which are ideal for the season of winter walks. Bournemouth Echo's Seven beach walks to try this weekend National Trail’s website. Baker Way. By following this you can head from the heart of the city centre out to Delamere Forest Park. It’s a long one, at 13miles, meaning you’ll need a full day and a taxi ride home at the end, unless you’re up for ambling back in the dark. Thankfully, the route itself is relatively easy, with very few hills. Ayrshire Paths. Head north from Leyland itself and beyond Preston to discover the famed Forest of Bowland. Starting from the quaint village of Whitewell, the Hall Hill to Browsholme Hall route takes you through spectacular Lancashire countryside, and doesn’t demand much; 3 to 6 miles amid some of the most treasured landscapes in the U.K. As if that weren’t enough, the acclaimed Inn At Whitewell is also in these parts, a traditional pub that has long been included in the Michelin Guide. You can’t visit Stratford without taking in some of its Shakespearean sights, and Walking Britain has a fantastic route suggestion that lets you do exactly that. The River Avon from Stratford-Upon-Avon covers 3.8miles, starting from and ending at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, including part of the Monarch’s Way, which ranks amongst England’s finest paths. Full details here.
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