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When looking at the stunning countryside the UK has to offer, it is no surprise that every year over 68% of adults choose to go on walking holidays in the UK in the Summer.
Alongside eating out at a restaurant, walking is the most popular activity for people in the UK, with thousands and thousands of people travelling to the countryside every year to explore the scenic surroundings.
Walking is also a great form of exercise, with many adults in the UK stating how they choose to walk everyday for 10 minutes to get their steps in.
This walking holiday is a self-guided, hotel-to-hotel walking holiday, boasting beautiful scenery of the coastline, sandy beaches, and the pristine nature reserves.
The nature reserves on this walking holiday are brimming with various wildlife, particularly birds. From bitterns and marsh harriers, to wildfowl and waders, the Seascapes of North Norfolk are a great place to visit if you enjoy bird watching. Remember, pack your binoculars!
Norfolk is a county packed with history at every corner. On your walking holiday in Norfolk you will run in to beautiful medieval churches, royal estates and small harbours that contributed to England’s past trading efforts. So, if you’re interested in English history, Norfolk could be the place to visit.
On the Norfolk walking routes you will find many delights, including quaint villages, peaceful woodland, and protected nature reserves. The popular walking routes in Norfolk are well sign-posted, so you can set off on your adventure without the fear of getting lost!
The accommodation on this UK walking holiday is full of warmth, character, and comfort. Staying in guesthouses, inns, and hotels, this Inntravel walking holiday will showcase how friendly the Norfolk county is.
This Inntravel walking holiday is a hotel-to-hotel walking holiday that allows ramblers to explore the tranquil region, the historical ruins, and the stunning villages.
The waters of the Tweed flow through the Scottish borders, travelling through the valleys, the sheep-grazed pastures and the low, rolling hills. These surroundings are so beautiful it’s hard to believe that they were once home to war-torn battlegrounds. If you are interested in the turbulent history of England and Scotland and the battles that took place here, the Tweed and the Scottish borders could be the place to visit.
This Inntravel walking holiday is a self-guided walking holiday that features a mix of charming accommodation.
Northumberland was once the powerhouse of England, with saints, kings and Viking raiders playing central roles in shaping the future of the country. With Northumberland now at peace, it is a great place to visit to delve into history and explore the unspoiled historical ruins.
This relaxed Inntravel walking holiday will begin in Warkworth, an ancient village located on the Northumberland Coast Path. From here you will travel to medieval Alnwick and the beachfront at Beadnell. On this walking holiday, you will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful surroundings, spotting wonderful wildlife along the way. Each hand-picked accommodation on this walking holiday offers a warm welcome, making your walking trip to the Northumberland Coast a delightful one.
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If you are a history buff or a rambling enthusiast, these three Inntravel walking holidays above would be the perfect UK getaway for you.
For more information about these walking holidays or for to view more UK walking holidays visit the Inntravel website.