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Cotswolds self guided walking break, England

This Cotswolds walking break is a self-guided trip, where your bags are transported for you as you walk through Cotswold classics such as Stow-on-the-Wold, Moreton-in-Marsh and Bourton-on-the-Water, all names that evoke images of old England and it’s green and pleasant land. A wonderful setting to enjoy the fresh air and the peace of the countryside, to explore picturesque and historic towns and villages, and above all to get away from it all and simply chill out. On our Cotswold walking holiday you stay in three different places, as you walk through all of these famous historic towns built from the honey coloured limestone so characteristic of the Cotswolds, together with smaller ... Read more >
From £299 excluding flights

The Ridgeway walking holiday, England

The Ridgeway National Trail runs for 87 miles north-eastwards, from Overton Hill on the Wessex Downs to Ivinghoe Beacon, near Tring in Hertfordshire. It forms part of an ancient track, dating from prehistoric times, that ran 363 miles from East Anglia to Dorset and is considered to be the oldest road in England. From Overton Hill the trail then passes over the high ground, crossing the Marlborough Downs with their rolling hills and wide vistas to north and south. After passing through the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the trail next drops down into the Thames Valley at the Goring Gap to follow the east bank of the river for around 12 miles. It then ascends again, ... Read more >
From £762 excluding flights

Thames Path walking holiday, England

The Thames Path follows the river eastwards from its source near Cricklade in the Cotswolds to the Thames Flood Barrier, in East London. This Long Distance Walking Trail covers 184 miles (294 km) and offers easy walking keeping, for the most part, to the flat towpath alongside the river. The River Thames had been the artery and hub of activity for the south of England since man settled in Britain. The walk along the Thames from its source provides a delightful and lasting impression of this mighty river from a mere trickle in open water meadows in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to a navigable waterway at Henley and a tidal river at Brentford. From the source, the ... Read more >
From £890 excluding flights

Oxford Canal walking holiday, England

This trail runs between the cathedral cities of Oxford and Coventry, through the tranquil North Oxfordshire and Coventry countryside, and the market town of Banbury, well known for the nursery rhyme ‘Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross’. It follows the canal for 77 miles (124 km) and the flat towpath is easy walking, in fact the only climbing done is by the canal boats passing through the locks! Lying in the lowland between the Cotswolds and Chilterns Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, of all the waterways in England, the Oxford Canal passes through some of the nicest scenery. Authorized in 1769, it is one of our earliest canals and was briefly the principal waterway from the Midlands ... Read more >
From £784 excluding flights
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