100% Real Lake District. There are few more flattering ways to describe a location than the word idyllic. And Keswick is one of those locations. Order their brochure today to view their destination guide!
Nestled amongst striking mountains within an unspoilt landscape, this picturesque region is perfect for leisurely relaxation or an action-packed adventure.
Break away from everyday life and let Keswick indulge you. Whether you’re looking for a rambling holiday, want an action-packed holiday for the kids or want to spend your days hopping from one quaint coffee shop to the next; there is something for everyone.
Discover Derwentwater, Keswick’s lake, and the half a dozen lakes that are within easy reach; wander around ancient woodland or explore the paths over fells and mountains or through Lakeland valleys. You’ll be spoilt with beautiful scenery when you visit!
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This beautiful corner of Cumbria holds the key to many unforgettable memories.
Nestled amongst an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stunning valleys and charming country towns, Eden is the perfect escape. Whether to indulge in great local food, wander magnificent landscapes or enjoy peace and quiet, Eden is the ideal holiday destination.
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Majestic mountains, Lake Ullswater, the peaceful Eden Valley and breath–taking North Pennines
Fantastic cycling and walking
Choose from a superb range of quality accommodation offering great value for money
Immerse yourself in local culture & all–year around events
Explore quaint villages & charming towns
Whatever holiday you’re looking for, Eden’s unique setting and vibrant culture make it the ideal choice.
There’s wonderful natural beauty to explore with the countryside and the woodland right on your doorstep. Be a part of the lively market town atmosphere and pick up a bargain whilst you’re there.
Explore the Wyre coastline! The picturesque seafronts at Cleveleys and Fleetwood are a must-see! There’s also great coastal walks and family attractions along the way that everyone will enjoy.
Rossall Tower is the perfect place to get glorious views of Morecambe Bay and the Irish Sea. Fleetwood, is situated close by and a charming seaside town in Lancashire. Rich in natural landscapes and heritage! Knott End-on-sea is only a small ferry ride away too, this quaint village is well worth the trip for its unique coastal charm!
Head to one of the brilliant local theatres where you can experience a host of weekly events from dance concerts to live bands and comedy from well-known faces.
No trip to Bridlington is complete without visiting the seaside! Treat the kids to donkey rides along the beach or sail out of the old harbour in a pirate ship. The choice is yours! The land train is also a great way to see the bays and even goes all the way to Sewerby Hall & Gardens.
Bridlington’s Old Town is a must-see if you enjoy culture and architecture, uncover the beginnings of the town at the Bayle Museum where you’ll find the old courtroom and 17th-century criminal documents. The Priory Church also boasts impressive architecture and hosts regular events.
With miles of dramatic coastline and natural spaces there’s plenty of opportunity for leisurely walks or adventurous trekking. Bike along the East coast for dramatic views or explore further for the golden beaches of Withernsea and Hornsea.
Almost half of Wiltshire’s breathtaking landscape falls within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. So make the most of the great outdoors with a canoe trip or a horseback safari, a day’s fishing or a round of golf. Try an off-road driving experience, a tandem skydive or a hot air balloon flight. Team up with a local guide to hear tales of myth and legend. Turn your hand to go-karting, live escape games and laser combat. Relax in a luxurious spa, or hone your culinary skills on a cookery course.
No visit to Wiltshire would be complete without experiencing the magic of Stonehenge and Avebury. Equally impressive is the medieval masterpiece of Salisbury Cathedral, home to the finest surviving 1215 Magna Carta manuscript. You’ll also find stately homes and gardens. Museums of national importance and outstanding industrial heritage. Animal attractions and the UK’s first safari park.
Wiltshire has been a special place for a very long time. Stonehenge and Avebury have a magnetism that has drawn people to them for thousands of years. But history in Wiltshire is not only ancient. Romans, Normans, Saxons – and later generations too – all made their mark, leaving a wealth of show-stopping sights to be discovered.
Iron Age hillforts and castle ruins. A magnificent medieval cathedral with the tallest spire in Britain. Grand historic houses. Breathtaking gardens. Fascinating industrial heritage. Not to mention a wide range of modern-day attractions, from motor and horse racing to the UK’s first-ever drive-through safari park.
Wiltshire is also rolling green downs and ancient woodlands. Bustling market towns and picturesque villages. Timeless monuments and contemporary luxury. Local ales and picnics in the park.
During the day there’s award-winning beaches, beautiful coastline and miles of unspoilt countryside to explore. After dark, there are fantastic restaurants, amazing shows and sparkling nightlife. All year round, the English Riviera boasts more top attractions than any other UK resort.
It’s also the birthplace of Agatha Christie, a UNESCO Global Geopark and temptingly, England’s Seafood Coast!
So, whenever you come you’ll have the time of your life.
A picnic in the country. A narrowboat cruise on the Kennet & Avon Canal. A cycle ride on the Marlborough Downs and through the Savernake Forest. A glass of local ale. These quintessential English experiences provide the perfect antidote to frantic city life.
This autumn, escape to Wiltshire. You’ll be here in no time.