Ground floor: Living room/dining area/kitchen with French doors. 1 double bedroom. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: 1 twin galleried bedroom with sloping ceiling.
Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. Conservatory. Utility room. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double 1 twin.
Ground floor: Living room. Dining room with slate floor. Kitchen. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. Steep narrow stairs to first floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double 1 twin. Beams ...
Whether it's climbing in the Lake District or a quiet ramble in the Yorkshire Dales the North of England boasts some fabulous countryside and coasts, as well as historically fascinating places like York, Durham and Harrogate, and of course Hadrian's Wall. Stunning castles and great pubs too.
Stunning lake views, glorious walking opportunities and a great place to take the dog on holiday! The Lake District truly is a remarkable place to visit. Whether it's for week or weekend away, there is lots to see and do; from watersports on Windermere or mountain biking in Grizedale Forest to challenging climbs or gentle stile free walks.
Glorious heather moorland, a stunning coastline, ancient woods and a wealth of history and heritage to explore, the North York Moors is a wonderful holiday destination. Some great walking routes and exhilarating mountain bike trails. And lovely towns and villages to discover, such a Pickering or Staithes by the coast.
If you need to get away from the crowds, enjoy some stunning scenery and experience the great outdoors, Northumberland National Park has it all. Bordered by Scotland, with Hadrians Wall running through it, this area provides great walking, horse riding and cycling opportunities, and one of the few places in England where you may be lucky enough to spot a red squirrel!
Drystone walls, field barns, rugged crags, dramatic waterfalls and gently rolling hills and dales characterise the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Visit in the spring for the glorious wildflower rich hay meadows or in August for the purple dazzle of heather. Whatever the season, this area offers great walks, lovely pubs, lively market towns and villages full of local produce and lots to see and do.
Avoid airport chaos and explore the beauty and rich diversity of the UK and Channels Islands. From lodges in Scotland to a Cottage in Cornwall. There are some stunning areas to visit, glorious beaches, fascinating historic houses and gardens, great pubs and restaurants to try out, and always plenty of attractions to keep the kids entertained even in wet weather.
The Blue Flag is an environmental award given to Beach Operators who make a special effort to manage their coastal water environment and beaches. To attain the Blue Flag, Beach Operators have to meet a number of criteria covering environmental information and education, environmental management, safety and services, water quality.
The 15 UK National Parks are the real gems of our countryside - the special places nationally protected because of their beautiful countryside, wildlife and cultural heritage. They are living, working areas that welcome visitors and provide opportunities for everyone to experience, learn about and enjoy their treasures. A holiday in a UK National Park offers so many opportunities for outdoor activities; from mountaineering to mountain biking or simply strolling around and enjoying the view.
As the name suggests these are areas nationally recognised and protected for their natural beauty and distinctive character. When you choose a holiday in one of the 38 AONBs in England or Wales you are guaranteed beautiful countryside whether it's wild moorland, rolling hills or sandy beaches.