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If you are planning a trip to the North Yorkshire coast shortly and you are going to be based at one of the local hotels in Whitby or in Scarborough accommodation, why not enjoy some of the local walks in the area? Apart from the obvious coastal walks around Whitby, there are far more walking routes to explore if you enjoy getting out in the great outdoors...

Around the Derbyshire Peak District

Posted by on October 27, 2011
The Derbyshire Peak District is one of the most wonderful areas and of the UK countryside, with its variety of breathtaking landscape. It is no wonder that it was the first designated “National Park” in the British Isles back in 1951 and it is now one of the most visited National Parks.
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Walks and Footpaths in East Sussex

Posted by on February 11, 2011
One of the most frequent pastimes that people engage in during a stay in East Sussex hotels is to venture out and explore the beautiful county on foot. There are plenty of footpaths in the area that let you explore any landscape you could want to. Wander through forests for hours, hike up to the top of a hill and enjoy the view, trek along the white...
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Walking the South Downs Way

Posted by on September 23, 2010
If you’re looking for something to do during your stay at an East Sussex hotel then you’ve probably already considered exploring the beautiful countryside around the area. There are numerous ways to experience it, whether it’s driving along a scenic route, walking in some of the picturesque towns or villages, cycling through the countryside...
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See Sussex Down the Forest Way

Posted by on August 14, 2010
The Forest Way is a linear country park located in the heart of East Sussex.  It takes the route of a disused railway line and is used frequently by walkers, bikers and horse riders. The Forest way stretches from East Grinstead to Groombridge. The railway line opened in 1866 and even though it was a busy commuter line it was axed due to cuts in 1966. ...
Here is a slide show of stunning pictures taken during a walk from Lydstep to Stackpole. You too could take the same route along the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path when you stay in a Pembrokeshire cottage. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs for 186 miles and encompasses some of the very finest coastal scenery in all of the UK.
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Popping Out in Sussex

Posted by on May 18, 2010
Sussex has always been a popular destination for people wanting to get away from urban life. Because of its location near the biggest city in the UK, it’s long been popular amongst those who want a quick getaway, whether it’s for a week, a bank holiday weekend, or even just for a weekend on its own. Those who do travel down, be it for...
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Cycling and Walking Around Woolacombe

Posted by on April 29, 2010
Are you planning a family holiday in Devon?  If you are, there are plenty of things to do that you will want to put on your agenda.  One area to visit in Devon is the beautiful area of Woolacombe.  It is extremely popular for cycling and walking.  Here are some of the highlights of this area and the reasons you will not want to miss it on your...
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Walking in the Peak District

Posted by on February 2, 2010
The Peak District is, as you might have guessed from the name, full of peaks. Well, they’re peaks in one sense of the word. The district actually only has two peaks, the white and dark. The former consists mostly of limestone and has the flowing hills and valleys associated with that, and the latter consists mostly of gritstone rock and shale,...

Dartmoor Leats – A Walk an’ an ‘alf

Posted by on December 23, 2009
Dartmoor is well-known as a tourist attraction, especially in the summer. It has beautiful views of both a serene and dramatic nature, and can provide warm, sun-soaked riversides for picnics and relaxation. Plenty of people taking Devon holidays visit the moor every year, and it’s no wonder why. It’s also known for pony trekking, horse...