walking holidays in the UK

We have a number of holiday parks across the UK that are located in scenic areas and offer our customers the chance to enjoy stunning walking routes with beautiful surroundings and a plethora of natural wonders.

Take your time to look through our destinations from across the UK and find the resort which you feel would be best for you on your next walking holiday.

Thanet Well Lodge Retreat

Lake District

If you are looking for walking holidays in the Lake District, you should consider our Thanet Well Lodge Retreat, which is located near Greystoke Forest in Cumbria. The resort is located in a stunning natural environment with many of the areas famous Lake within easy driving range.

You could decide to head to the highest mountain in England – Scafell Pike which has an elevation of 3,209 feet above sea level, and forms one third of the popular Three Peaks Challenge. Why not scale this famous mountain and enjoy the spectacular panoramic views from the peak, where on a clear day you can see other mountains from across the UK including Wales, Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man.

Another popular walking destination in this glorious region is Coniston Water which is the third largest lake in the Lake District with a length of five miles and width of half a mile. This is a peaceful location to explore and stunning views. You may also catch a glimpse of the Victorian steam yacht Gondola, which has been renovated by the National Trust and sails between March and November.

This is just a small sample of the many stunning walking locations in the Lake District. All of these are within easy reach from our Thanet Well Resort.

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Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat

Cornwall

A great place to stay if you are looking for walking holidays in Cornwall is our 5 Star rated Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat, which is located on the scenic Lizard Peninsula and is the most southerly point of the British mainland.

Here there are plenty of picturesque beaches and coves to be explored, including Kennack Sands and Kynance Cove in what is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. You could also take the short walk to Mullion Cove which has a stunning working harbour that is now owned by the National Trust.

Enjoy these countless scenic walking routes before retiring to your stunning holiday lodge, which is equipped with all of the home away from home comforts you could ever wish for.

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Woodside Coastal Retreat

Isle of Wight

Talking of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, why not consider walking holidays in the Isle of Wight from our Woodside Coastal Retreat in Cowes where you will have access to a private shingle beach.

There are plenty of scenic walking locations to be taken advantage of here, including the 57 miles of varied coastline which is both aesthetically pleasing and also challenging in places. Nearly 30 miles of the seashore is designated as Heritage Coast and can be easily accessed near Cowes.

Also available in Cowes is the Red Squirrel Trail which has mostly been created from disused railway lines. Take advantage of the stunning wildlife habitats including woodlands, wetlands and farming countryside along the way on this breathtaking trail. As the name suggests, you can expect to see the odd red squirrel or two during your walk.

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Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat

Isle of Wight

Another option on the Isle of Wight is the new Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat which is located just down the road from its sister park Woodside Coastal Retreat, meaning that you will have access to the same scenic walking routes when you stay here.

What sets this resort apart from others in the region is the accommodation, with tree house holidays available alongside our holiday lodges.

These are no ordinary Treehouses though, as the units are equipped with a range of luxuries such as Egyptian cotton sheets, a flat screen TV and also a Kitchenette. There are even private hot tubs available when you stay one of our Treehouses so you can sit out in the evenings and admire the tranquil woodland which surrounds this resort. The perfect way to chill out after a day exploring the stunning walking routes available on this beautiful island.

Wareham Forest Lodge Retreat

Dorset

We’ve also got it covered if you are looking for walking holidays in Dorset, with Wareham Forest Lodge Retreat. Our resort is ideally situated within easy reach of the Jurassic Coast which runs for 96 miles along the coast and offers you the chance to enjoy various scenic walking routes.

Wareham Forest Lodge Retreat also offers access to a number of walking routes and will appeal more to those of you who are looking for complete relaxation after a busy day exploring the area.

Many of our lodges feature their own private hot tubs, so you can sit out and relax your aching legs while soaking up the glorious Dorset countryside. Wareham Forest is also located close to the golden sands of Swanage Beach which is the pride of the region, with its beautiful waters which hold European Blue Flag Awards. The resort is also close to Durlston Country Park which is great for scenic walks. Here you can enjoy scenic coastal views along your way, as well as the local wildlife which includes beautiful migrant species of birds. At this attraction, you can also visit Durlston Castle which was built relatively recently in 1886. This is a stunning building and also features the impressive Golden Globe structure which is constructed of Portland stone.