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Hotels, Guest Accommodation and Self Catering in and around Exmoor National Park - England on UK Tourism Online Exmoor National Park

A sweeping moorland landscape home to wild red deer and Exmoor ponies, with a coastline of beaches and towering cliffs. Walk, cycle, ride, stargaze and soak up the wonders of the Great Outdoors.

Hotels, Guest Accommodation and Self Catering in and around Gower Peninsula - Wales on UK Tourism Online Gower Peninsula

Gower Peninsula is in South Wales, the most westerly part of the historic county of Glamorgan and the first area in the United Kingdom to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Hotels, Guest Accommodation and Self Catering in and around North York Moors - England on UK Tourism Online North York Moors

This National Park comprises a glorious landscape of heather-clad moors, ancient woodland, dramatic coastline, bejewelled dark skies and over 1,400 miles of walking trails.


Hotels, Guest Accommodation and Self Catering in and around The Cotswolds - England on UK Tourism Online The Cotswolds

With its gently undulating hills and chocolate-box English towns and villages built from honey-coloured stone, The Cotswolds is famed for its scenic landscapes, local produce and outdoors pursuits, including cheese-rolling!

Hotels, Guest Accommodation and Self Catering in and around The Forest of Dean - England on UK Tourism Online The Forest of Dean

The Forest of Dean is an ancient oak forest and one-time hunting ground of Norman Kings. Remaining royal in breadth and beauty, it is a popular visitor destination

Hotels, Guest Accommodation and Self Catering in and around Vale of Glamorgan - Wales on UK Tourism Online Vale of Glamorgan

The Vale of Glamorgan is a beautifully scenic area in South Wales with numerous beaches, castles and attractions to explore.

Hotels, Guest Accommodation and Self Catering in and around Yorkshire Dales - England on UK Tourism Online Yorkshire Dales

Known as ‘The Dales’, discover rugged limestone scenery, heather moorland, beautiful waterfalls and some of the best walking in the country, not to mention England’s highest pub!