All our walking holidays

Please find below all our our on-site walking holidays throughout the UK.

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Official Path Distance 87.3 miles (140.5 km)

Start your 630 mile experience here; the whole South West Coast Path awaits you. Stunning cliff-tops, glorious waterfalls and wooded valleys offer breath-taking views and numerous photo opportunities as you walk.


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Official Path Distance 79.5 miles (127.9 km)

The Westward Ho! to Padstow section of the South West Coast Path is a journey of contrasts. Beginning with sandy beaches, walk on to the stunning but strenuous stretch between Hartland Quay and Bude. Pass by the rugged imposing remains of King Arthurs legendary cliff-top Castle at Tintagel and un-spoilt fishing villages such as Port Isaac and Boscastle making your way to your journeys end at the bustling fishing port of Padstow.


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Official Path Distance 66.5 miles (107.0 km)

Walking from the picturesque harbour side in the renowned town of Padstow, through the landscape of Cornwalls’ great mining heritage, onto the artistic and cosmopolitan town of St Ives. A mixture of the old and new, with opportunities to sample both culinary and historical delights.


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Official Path Distance 40.6 miles (65.3 km)

Begin your journey in the artistic hub of St Ives, home to the Tate and many numerous independent galleries. This dramatic walk explores many well-known landmarks including Lands End, The Minack Theatre and Marconi Telegraph Museum before reaching your end point in Penzance, home to the iconic St. Michael's Mount.


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Official Path Distance 61.1 miles (98.3 km)

A chance to explore the outstanding diversity of Cornwalls coastline ; from the rugged cliff tops and pretty coves hiding the fishing villages on the stunning The Lizard peninsula, to walking through ancient woodland surrounding the Helford River before reaching your destination in the vibrant harbour town of Falmouth.


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Official Path Distance 78.9 miles (127.0 km)

A walk through the great maritime history of the South West, exploring castles, fortifications and folly’s.
Should you wish, there is the opportunity to explore the stunning inland gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project, or explore the literary heartland of Daphne du Maurier or Kenneth Graham. A walk to inspire.


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Official Path Distance 73.0 miles (117.5 km)

South Devon awaits you with its epic expanses of cliff walking alongside lush farmland, interspersed with rivers and estuaries dotted between brightly coloured fishing villages. This area is of particular interest to military enthusiasts also, with a chance to visit the training grounds of Torcross and Slapton Sands.


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Official Path Distance 28.0 miles (45.1 km)

Only a few days to spare ? Well why not visit the English Riviera and walk this short journey between Brixham and Exmouth.
Leaving the bustling port of Brixham, follow the path along the Victorian promenades at Paignton and Torquay, moving up onto red sandstone cliffs...to Babbacombe with its Cliff railway...then through woodland and rolling fields passing Teignmouth and Starcross before ending your journey at Exmouth.


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Official Path Distance 29.5 miles (47.5 km)

Begin your journey on the coast of East Devon before going back in time entering the renowned Jurassic Coast of Dorset on a lovely and rewarding journey with ever changing scenery and contrasts.
Walk along cliff tops above rocks dating back 250 million years, explore small coves and quaint fishing villages and perhaps find your own fossil !


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Official Path Distance 71.0 miles (114.3 km)

Starting in the literary town of Lyme Regis, immerse yourself in millennia of geological history. Climb Golden Cap, Southern England’s highest point and see the coastline beckoning you onward to inland lagoons and high banked shingle beaches. The Jurassic Coastline continues to astound with hidden coves, beaches and the world famous Durdle Door. Explore the Isle of Purbeck with its historic castle and fortifications before you end your journey at South Haven Point.


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Official Path Distance 232.5 miles (374.2 km)

At 630 miles long, the South West Coast Path to most is considered too much to walk in one go. But, if you'd still like to complete it and have over 2 weeks spare you may want to consider walking 1/3 of the path.

Part 1 is from Minehead to St Ives which can be done in as little as 16 days.


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Official Path Distance 180.5 miles (290.5 km)

At 630 miles long, the South West Coast Path to most is considered too much to walk in one go. But, if you'd still like to complete it and have over 2 weeks spare you may want to consider walking 1/3 of the path.

Part 2 is from St Ives to Plymouth which can be done in as little as 13 days.


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Official Path Distance 216.0 miles (347.6 km)

At 630 miles long, the South West Coast Path to most is considered too much to walk in one go. But, if you'd still like to complete it and have over 2 weeks spare you may want to consider walking 1/3 of the path.

Part 3 is from Plymouth to Poole which can be done in as little as 11 days.


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Official Path Distance 30.0 miles (48.3 km)

A short walking holiday from the North Cornish coast to the South. It follows the probable route of early Christian travellers making their way from Ireland and Wales to Brittany and the European mainland. The route starts at the picturesque harbour in Padstow and heads south joining the Fowey River near Lostwithiel for a lovely waterside stretch that leads to Fowey.


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Official Path Distance 102.0 miles (164.2 km)

The Two Moors Way links remote Exmoor and iconic Dartmoor. As not all the route is signed, walking on the moors does require an element of compass and map reading skills but the seclusion and quietude experienced will be just reward.

This Two Moors Way itinerary, is perfect for walkers wishing for a ‘getaway from it all’ journey through a remote, challenging and stunning part of ‘old’ England.


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Official Path Distance 102.0 miles (164.2 km)

One of the prettiest walks through the green fields and rolling Cotswold hills of South England. Picturesque , welcoming villages with thatched houses await you as you walk through many periods of history on this landscape, ending in the Roman city of Bath.


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Official Path Distance 100.0 miles (160.9 km)

A spectacular 100 mile walk stretching across the chalky rolling hillsides of Southern England, from the historic cathedral city of Winchester the South Downs Way wends its way through picture postcard villages onwards to the seaside town of Eastbourne, Sussex. A picturesque and relaxing trek for walkers of all levels of experience.


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Official Path Distance 180.0 miles (289.7 km)

The first National Trail in Wales and stretching 180 miles (290km) from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south. Secluded beaches, sleepy fishing villages and castle ruins and epic landscapes are just a few of the sights you will see on this walk which follows some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in Britain. This walk will leave you invigorated, revived and will revitalise the senses.


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Official Path Distance 68.5 miles (110.2 km)

A challenging but wild and beautiful journey along spectacular cliff tops with superb views, along glorious sandy beaches and through unspoilt Welsh countryside. Stay overnight in delightful seaside towns and old fishing villages. See the amazing blowhole at the Witches Cauldron, ancient Neolithic chambers and standing stones,and the cathedral in unique St Davids the 'smallest city' in the UK.


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Official Path Distance 47.0 miles (75.6 km)

Arrive in the 'tiny' city of St Davids, explore the cathedral then rise the next day to start walking on this lovely journey over wonderful cliff tops and along secluded golden beaches; through Welsh woodlands to the pretty harbour at Solva. With amazing views over the islands of Ramsey, Skokholm and Skomer home to many kinds of seabirds such as Puffins, Kittiwakes and Guillemots, the trail continues along this beautiful coastline before arriving at the bustling port of Milford Haven.


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Official Path Distance 65.0 miles (104.6 km)

Starting at the bustling coastal port of Milford Haven with much naval history still visible the trail moves through Pembroke, where the remains of the Norman invasion can be explored at Pembroke castle, mixed with views of the industrial present. Discover the quaint village of Angle,iconic picturesque Tenby; Manorbier Castle and Bosherston Lily ponds. Witness the abundant wildlife and seabirds, with the ever present sound of the waves crashing below, this is a journey with such variety it cannot fail to impress.


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Official Path Distance 84.0 miles (135.2 km)

A true walk along the history of the United Kingdom, impressive castles and ruined fortifications are your constant companion as you tread in the footprints of the Roman Legionnaires and the heathens it was meant to deter. Wild and rugged landscapes accompany this amazing adventure, a must do walk for those interested in history and ancient sites.


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Official Path Distance 82.0 miles (132.0 km)

A perfect introduction to inland long distance walking, The Dales Way is a more genteel walk across the North West of England, taking in both the National Parks of the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District with outstanding geology and stunning landscapes from Ilkley onward to the iconic Lake Windermere in Cumbria.


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Official Path Distance 190.0 miles (305.8 km)

A spectacular and varied walk starting from St Bees on the North East coast of England crossing through the three iconic National Parks - The Lake District, The Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors, ending your journey on the North Sea coastline at Robin Hood’s Bay. A 'must do' trip for any walking enthusiast – strenuous but immensely rewarding.


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Official Path Distance 82.0 miles (132.0 km)

The West section of the Coast to Coast offers the opportunity to explore the stunning Lake District in all its glory, allowing you to break the Coast to Coast walk into a shorter style break. Challenging daily terrain rewards you with open skies, breath-taking views across millennia of geological formations and native wildlife.


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Official Path Distance 108.0 miles (173.8 km)

The East section of the Coast to Coast Walk gives you the opportunity to explore both the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors National Parks. A superb but challenging walk through the uplands of the Pennines across unique dales and windswept moorlands takes you onward to the North East coastal town of Robin Hood’s Bay.

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