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One of the largest areas of open heathland and (you guessed it) forest in England’s south-east, the New Forest is a beautiful area to explore and great for outdoor activities such as hiking, paddle-boarding and horseriding. Oh, and there are wild ponies area, which makes it feel pretty magical at times.
A beautiful county of unspoilt coast and countryside, featuring the remote and UNESCO listed Jurassic Coast, Dartmoor National Park, and some lovely historic market towns. Head to the coast for surfing, wild camping, and rambles along rugged coastal paths.
As far West as you can go in the UK, with stunning remote beaches and (probably) the best fish-and-chips in the UK. Cornwall has stunning hotels, great surf, and rich Celtic history - so get out there and get exploring.
A UNESCO World Heritage site and England's largest National Park, the Lake District is an outdoor playground with incredible hikes, historic towns, and of course....beautiful glacial lakes. Stay in a lovely hotel and explore the most rugged scenery in England on foot, by bike, paddleboard, or kayak.
What do we think of when we think of Somerset? Rolling hills, cider, woodland and oh, the worlds best festival - Glastonbury. It's about as quaint as the English countryside gets, and there are some lovely little hotels for you to escape to.
Britain's original thermal spa, Bath is full of history and is an incredibly picturesque city to escape to for a weekend. Wander down the canals, warm up in the Thermae Spa, and stay in one of our lovely handpicked boutique hotels.
Isle of Skye
Skye is a truly magical place. The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it's home to some of Scotland's most iconic landscapes. Stay in a remote hotel and be sure to bring your walking boots.
This beautiful and historic county sits in the South East of England and boasts miles of dramatic coastline and stunning countryside. For the history buffs out there, it was also once an independent medieval kingdom.
One of most rural counties in the UK and home to the epic Jurassic Coast, perfect for a day of hiking or spot of wild swimming. Move inland and you also have some amazing cycling, as well as some incredible castles, abbeys and stately homes.
Pure, unfiltered beauty, everywhere you look: big skies and incredible landscapes, this is the Scottish Highlands. The region's turbulent history has left behind some of the most beautiful and romantic castles in the world too, there's so much to explore.
With 186 miles of magnificent and varied coastline and over 50 beaches, Pembrokeshire is a stunning area of natural beauty tucked away in South West Wales. Enjoy some long walks, cosy pubs, and unique hotels.