England walking holidays and tours, 2014 and 2015

Pilgrims Way self guided walking tour, England
Discover Kent's history, its landscape and its people, from £559 (6 days) ex flights
Walking holidays in England
Discovering the beautiful English countryside on foot, from £495 - £850 (6 days) ex flights
The Ridgeway walking holiday, England
Walking holiday along the oldest track in England, from £750 (10 days) ex flights
East Devon self guided walking holiday, England
Splendid walking on East Devon's outstanding coastal path, from £211 - £231 (3 days) ex flights
Pilgrims Way guided walk
Follow the ancient Pilgrims’ Way, from £828 (6 days) ex flights
South West Coastal Path walking holiday, England
The South West Coast Path and Isles of Scilly, from £459 - £899 (8 days) ex flights
Walking in Kent, self guided walks
Discover hidden Kent, its people and thier history., from £672 (7 days) ex flights
Thames Path walking holiday, Cotswolds to London
Follow the river to its source in the Cotswolds, from £651 - £1050 (8 days) ex flights
Northumberland coast walking holiday
Self Guided Walking Holiday in Northumberland Coast Path, from £469 (8 days) ex flights
Cotswolds self guided walking break, England
Self-guided walking tour through famous towns & villages, from £325 (4 days) ex flights
Dales Way walking holiday in Yorkshire, England
The Dales Way self guided walking holiday, from £579 - £840 (10 days) ex flights
Dartmoor & Exmoor self guided walking holiday, England
Self guided walking between the Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks., from £269 - £639 (3 days) ex flights
Shakespeares Way & Thames Path walking holiday
Two fantastic traditional English walks., from £525 - £1019 (8 days) ex flights
Suffolk coast walking holiday, England
Walking along one of England's most inspiring coastlines, from £1790 (7 days) ex flights
Coast to Coast self guided walk in England
Self guided walk along the famous Coast to Coast trail, from £870 (15 days) ex flights
Kent Downs and coast walking holiday
Gentle, flexible walking in scenic, historical countryside, from £234 (3 days) ex flights
Quantock hills walking holiday, England
A short walking break in Wordsworth's Somerset hills, from £270 (3 days) ex flights
Shropshire Hills walking holiday
Wonderfully scenic walking, staying in a moated manor house., from £340 (3 days) ex flights
Shakespeare’s Way walking holiday, England
Walk from Shakespeare's birthplace to his workplace, from £1129 (14 days) ex flights
Oxford Canal walking holiday, England
Long distance walking trail along the Oxford Canal, from £635 (8 days) ex flights
North Cotswolds walking holiday, England
Self-guided walking tour in the Cotswolds finest landscape, from £370 (4 days) ex flights
Luxury self catering accommodation on the Isle of Wight
Organic farm near picturesque Godshill, from £150 - £900 per week (sleeps 4-6)
Cross Cotswolds pathway walking holiday, England
Long distance walking trail from Banbury to Bath, from £748 (9 days) ex flights
Dartmoor walking holiday in Devon, England
Guided walking tour of the very best of Dartmoor, from £349 - £529 (7 days) ex flights
Purbeck Hills self guided walking holiday in Dorset, England
Walking a stunning stretch of Dorset's World Heritage Coast, from £202 - £222 (3 days) ex flights
East Sussex self catering accommodation, England
Self catering chalet overlooking the Pevensey Levels, from £400 - £550 per cottage per week (sleeps 4)
Chilterns walking weekend, England
Luxury guided walking in The Chilterns with different themes, from £255 - £280 (2 days) ex flights
Cotswolds Way self guided walking holiday, England
Hike through one of Britain's most popular regions, from £704 - £979 (12 days) ex flights
Shropshire Hills self guided walking holiday
Wonderfully scenic walking staying in a luxury B&B, from £192 (3 days) ex flights
Thames Path walking holiday, England
Walk the Thames Path from the source to the Thames Barrier, from £670 - £1260 (15 days) ex flights

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West Devon accommodation, B&B on organic farm
Staying in this farm you may feel you are staying at home. The farm owners are simple and friendly. (more)chanuan ratanawaraha
The most memorable part of the holiday was visiting the Eden Project, Rosemoor Gdns, other NT/RHS properties in the area. (more)Elisabeth Marciniw
The wonderful breakfasts that Rose cooked were made up of local produce and tasted delicious. Rose is a very good jam maker too! (more)Amanda Porter
From £30 - £45 per person per night
Yorkshire self catering accommodation sleeping 4, England
Fantastic. Lovely cottage, very well stocked and furnished. Very friendly and helpful owner. The cottage is spacious and in bad weather you can sit and gaze into the garden and listen to the birds. (more)Helena Poldervaart
We were intrigued to stay in a house made of straw bales and to see how recycling/ reuse can be put into practice and good effect.- we were not disappointed! We found the photo albums showing the building of the house really interesting. (more)C Sharkey
From £396 per cottage per week (sleeps 4-5)
Pilgrims Way self guided walking tour, England
Very very good. Derek was very knowledgeable and helpful. Lunches were delicious. (more)Isabel Clare
Walking through Godmersham Park in the footsteps of Jane Austin was the single most memorable aspect. (more)Deborah Rice
Our holiday on the North Downs Trail in late spring was breathtaking. (more)Carol R Mehler
From £559 excluding flights
Cotswolds bed and breakfast near Chipping Norton, England
This was our second visit to The Cotswolds (last over 4 years ago) and we were charmed anew. Too often our holiday experience has been such we're ready to return home after a few days, but on this occasion a week passed quickly, happily, relatively comfortably. (more)Elisabeth Marciniw
It was an excellent location. Very quiet B/B. Very friendly hosts and good breakfasts. Room well equiped with everything we needed. (more)Anne Grant
From £75 - £92 per room per night (sleeps 2)
Walking holidays in England
I think reaching the end of the Wall. Although bittersweet, it marked an achievement for all of us...the organization of rooms, food, transport, etc was excellent and the guide's knowledge put me completely at ease. (more)Kelly Malone
Most memorable was walking Hadrians Wall with a very knowledgeable guide and great company. It was easy to imagine the Romans marching up and down, defending their empire from the marauding tribes. (more)Jill Marquis
From £495 - £850 excluding flights
Walking in Kent, self guided walks
Memorable parts? Walking through the Kent apple orchards. Tips? Relax and enjoy - everything is done for your convenience. Local benefits? Yes - we ate out and bought souvenirs. Overall rating? Excellent. (more)Peter Sparks
From £672 excluding flights
Pilgrims Way guided walk
Memorable parts? Seeing the towers of Canterbury Cathedral for the first time away in the distance - our goal was now in sight. Tips? Take a decent camera. Local benefits? Definitely minimal impact on the environment. Local publicans certainly benefited as well. Overall rating? Excellent, good fun and very rewarding. (more)Ian Rigden
From £828 excluding flights
Northumberland farmstay holiday, England
Our stay was wonderful. Nothing was too much trouble for the owners, David and Jackie. From the welcoming tea and biscuits on arrival, to our departure, all was everything you could possibly wish for. The setting is absolutely stunning, with views over the owners farmland. The accommodation is spotless, and it obvious from the many nice touches, that a lot of thought and effort has gone into every aspect of this very personal B&B. (more)Peter Carney
From £35 per person per night
Boscastle bed & breakfast, Cornwall, England
The breakfasts were first class, we particularly enjoyed the lovely fresh locally smoked fish and the freshly squeezes orange juice, not to mention the marmalade made by Geoff, all cheerfully served by Shelley. Our room was nicely decorated and spotlessly clean, with a very comfortable bed...Excellent. (more)Christine Durow
The B&B was fantastic from the wonderfully comfy and stylish rooms to the individual breakfasts cooked to order. Our hosts were extremely helpful and had loads of local information and knowledge. (more)Vanessa Akers
10/10...My stay as a whole was completely memorable. The room was wonderful, the whole place spotless and the attention to detail was like nothing I had seen before. The owners were 2 of the nicest people I have met and went out of there way to be as helpful as possible. (more)Nicola Shanks
From £66 per room per night
Devon self catering farm cottages, near Dartmouth, England
Memorable parts? Being in the countryside, near the sea. Tips? Very restful and quiet place. Local benefits? Yes. Overall rating? Excellent. (more)Val Horsman
From £290 - £950 per cottage per week (sleeps 2-6)
Peak District self catering log cabins, England
Most memorable was how perfect the accommodation was. Clean, warm, cheery, brilliantly laid out for wheelchair users. The whirlpool bath was fab, especially when using the eco friendly toiletries supplied. Scenery wonderful, something for everyone to enjoy. (more)Naomi Dunn
The welcoming, warmth of the owners and the cottage as we stepped in out of the cold. We loved the views offered from all sides. (more)Rahila Hussain
The most memorable part of our holiday was the peace & tranquility and the great hospitality from the owners... Absolutely fantastic and just what we needed. (more)Catherine Wilde
From £475 - £940 per cabin per week (sleeps 4-6)
Wooler bed & breakfast accommodation, Northumberland
Memorable parts? Glorious sunshine for five days in Northumberland and walking in the Cheviot Hills, only seeing one other person in 5 hours. The huge variety and quantity of easily observable wildlife on the walks and the totally empty sandy beaches. Very welcoming owners, well appointed accommodation. Tips? You can expect 1950s volume of traffic on the roads once you get north of Newcastle.... such a refreshing experience. It adds so much to the relaxation benefits of the short... (more)Helene Kerr
From £40 per person per night
Herefordshire farmstay accommodation
Most memorable was the friendliness of John and Pearl. (more)Samantha O'Connor
We had a very enjoyable time and were made to feel very welcome. We have already recommended staying at the farm to our friends. (more)Sean Breen
There were so many of the little things that had been done to make our stay perfect - it was very much appreciated....Don't think about it, just do it, you'll have a great time. My only regret is not booking for longer. (more)Duncan Harris
From £500 - £700 per cottage per week
Kent farmstay accommodation, Faversham, England
Great hostel perfect for groups or families...Excellent for value for money (more)Julie Hardy
Liz and Graham were lovely and their farm was great - everything you could hope for (clean, warm, friendly, safe) for such an amazing price. (more)Hannah Reid
I thought that our hosts were environmentally aware, and therefore minimized the impact our stay had on the environment. (more)Matthew Wicks
From £16 - £30 per person per night
Family self catering cottages in Peak District
Fantastic! Most memorable was electric bike riding in the hills! (more)Kim Fisher
Excellent - one of the best self-catering places we've stayed at. Would be very happy to go back there. (more)Philippa Silver
From £385 - £620 per cottage per week (sleeps 5)
Self catering accommodation for 2 or 3 people, Peak District
Most memorable was leaving the car alone for 2 full days and exploring that area of the Peak District on foot only, tiring but works up an appetite... Excellent! (more)Ciara McGinley
It's beem another lovely Autumn and the limitless number of walks to take in the Peaks coloured landscape is breathtaking (more)Jo Potter
Just to say the farm is a real gem. We were only there for 2 nights so not a lot to report - just that it's a real quality place set amidst beautiful walking country - just the place for a quiet retreat with excellent eating places. (more)Liz Rollinson
From £399 - £578 per cottage per week (sleeps 2)
Organic farmstay accommodation in Somerset, England
Very relaxing and enjoyable, suitable for any visitor including groups, couples and families. (more)Andrew Jones
Camping on the farm was great. Roaming chickens, friendly rescue dogs and a great view! Was very nice to know that only 5 tents are ever allowed... (more)Lyn Hill
It was really nice to feel, just for a minute, that we were part of an organic farm, as this is my dream. We had a small glimpse into the hard work but satisfying life of organic farming. (more)Melissa Abrahams
From £250 per cottage per week (sleeps 4)
Luxury self catering accommodation on the Isle of Wight
Memorable parts? The friendly warm welcome from Kathy and Mark. Home from home accommodation with beautiful views, where our 6 and 3 year old could explore Godshill farm freely, safely and meet new friends also staying on the farm. To hear the Animals in the morning in the surrounding fields make it a special and exciting way for children to start the day. Exploring the nature walks around the farm leading to other Isle of Wight attractions such as The Donkey Sanctuary. The chance to buy... (more)Paul Buckle
From £150 - £900 per week (sleeps 4-6)
North Downs B&B in Kent
Looking round the forge in the B&B was fascinating and discussing how it operated. Also the meal at the lovely nearby pub and trying to do their pub quiz. (more)Maureen Colledge
Lovely area, great local pub. Have a walk through the lovely local lanes. (more)Ruth Shulver
From £75 per room per night
Exmoor self catering accommodation, England
Wondeful facilities, very spacious accommodation, clean and immaculate. Perfect place to unwind and enjoy lots of varied walks. (more)Nicola Goddard
We had a brilliant couple of days....didn't really leave the cottage at all. (more)Gill Simpson
Great cottage with perfect hosts providing cream tea on arrival, maps, advice, made to measure wellies, fresh laid eggs. A total delight. (more)Caroline Bell
From £248 - £695 per week (sleeps 4-6)
Ambleside bed and breakfast in the Lake District, England
The extremely comfortable bed, great plumbing in bathroom ... and delicious, generous breakfast, cooked to perfection were the most memorable parts (more)Ana Sanchez-Martin
Great hotel, is lovely, very friendly/ lovely foods and nice touches such as a lovely complimentary pot of tea or coffee in the lounge when you come in. (more)Sandra Woods
We had a great walk, right from the door of the B+B, to the pretty village of Troutbeck, then up (and up some more) over Wansfell with fantastic views in all directions. Friendly owners, excellent breakfast with lovely homemade jam. (more)Lucie McKenzie
From £30 - £52 per person per night
Ridgeway Path bed & breakfast in the Chilterns, England
Memorable parts? All of it Tips? Book it Local benefits? Went out on our bikes so helped the environment Overall rating? Amazing (more)Amber Morgan
From £49.50 - £60 per person per night incl breakfast
Isle of Wight luxury bed and breakfast
Excellent, a really rejuvenating break, but a few more days would have been nice! (more)Linda Perkins
Look out for the red squirrel in the tree outside your bedroom. (more)Andrew and Lucy Warren
From £80 - £120 per double room per night

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really
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